Our November roundup of contracts and go lives features news from Barts Health NHS Trust and University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust.
North Tees and Hartlepool has deployed InterSystems’ electronic prescribing and medicines administration technology, TrakCare for two high-risk antibiotics.
The technology has replaced a previously paper-based approach to prescribing and administering medicines to patients at North Tees and Hartlepool.
NHS Forth Valley confirmed to Digital Health News that the glitch occurred after updating their Trakcare electronic medical record system.
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InterSystems continues to dominate Scotland’s EPR market following the deployment of its TrakCare electronic patient record at NHS Forth Valley.
InterSystems has added new functionality to its electronic patient record and management system that enables clinicians to interact with information using a touchscreen device.
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NHS Fife’s acute and community hospital staff are now using real-time information to further deliver patient care after going live TrakCare.
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Intersystems’ TrakCare has been selected as the electronic patient record supplier for three Liverpool acute trusts in a multi-million pound contract.
Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has suspended reporting its referral to treatment (RTT) data after deploying the TrakCare EPR.
Another southern trust has gone live with the TrakCare electronic patient record, after more than a year of delays.