A widespread network failure at two data centres in Wales has now been resolved but there has been warnings that some areas may experience a “backlog”.
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From June, all young people in Wales with diabetes will be able to control who sees their Patients Know Best (PKB) medical record.
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.
Today’s health IT news in brief covers the rollout of a paediatric diabetes information management system, a new accreditation for System C’s maternity software, and the launch of an inquiry into decision making algorithms.
The software uses a 3D camera mounted on a tablet to monitor leg wounds.
In the second part of a two-part look ahead to 2017, Digital Health News asked some UK digital health leaders for their predictions for the year to come.
A multi-million pound government funding package for the NHS Wales’ IT systems and infrastructure has launched by Welsh health secretary, Vaughan Gething.
This week’s round-up includes the news that Gloucestershire Hospitals has again delayed its TrakCare EPR go-live and North Staffordshire hopes to deploy CSC’s Lorenzo EPR in 2017.
This week’s round-up includes the news that Leicester Royal Infirmary has installed a new pharmacy robot and Jersey is implementing e-prescribing in oncology.
This week’s round-up of health tech news includes the creation of a clinical informatics council in Wales and a delay to the implementation of RiO at Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust.