Natasha Phillips, who has been a nurse for 26 years, is the current chief nursing information officer at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
In her next column for Digital Health News, UCLH CNIO Natasha Phillips reminisces on the trials and tribulations of the trust’s go-live of Epic in March 2019 and how coming together as a united front ensured it was not only a success, but an unforgettable experience for those involved.
CNIO of the Year 2019 Natasha Phillips speaks to Digital Health reporter Owen Hughes about the work – and the people – who won her the award.
The trust and the US electronic medical records supplier, Epic, signed a deal in July 2017 following approval from UCLH’s board.
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University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has signed a deal with US electronic medical records supplier Epic.
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This week’s health IT news in brief covers funding for projects in Wales, the implementation of new technology at trusts in London and Cornwall, and growth for a rota software company co-founded by a former A&E doctor.
The big London NHS trust makes another big IT investment, hinting at ambitions to become an “exemplar”.
University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has picked Epic as the preferred supplier of a new electronic patient record.
The UCL Institute of Digital Health has signed a partnership with Cerner UK to “close the gap between what is learned in research and what is delivered in healthcare partnership.”
University College London Hospitals has deployed 6PM’s StrokePad to transform the management of stroke patients. Information can now be recorded in real-time, disseminated across the clinical team, and used to support audit and coding.