Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has successfully completed what is said to be one of the UK’s largest image migration projects.
Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust has selected a solution that will allow it to adopt mobile electronic patient management.
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has written its ten millionth case note on its Paris electronic patient record (EPR) system provided by specialist systems supplier Civica.
New IT has achieved savings of £60,000 a year in IT costs by removing the need for four maintenance contracts, plus reduced cooling and power costs by 25% at its primary data centre.
The Trust says a new system from CCube will be a big step towards it being able to improve how patient referral paperwork and medical notes are shared among clinicians and clerical staff.
Health and social information care is set to be shared with clinicians across Cheshire as part of a new scheme to improve the delivery of care in the area.
The new South Glasgow University Hospital has been called a “catalyst” for a paperless healthcare system.
Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has selected a wi-fi provider to support its new clinical SmartCare project and patient services.
Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust recently selected a new image management solution partner for better sharing of patient information and radiology images.
The future of the NHS could greatly be improved if it quickly adopts open source technology, particularly when it comes to Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) solutions.
King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will be implementing a digital care records system at Princess Royal University Hospital (PRUH) to improve patient care and become paper light.
The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust has selected a provider for its electronic patient records (EPR) platform.
Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has chosen an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution to store and manage documents, images, video and other content.
An Australian enterprise software company is continuing to gather momentum in the UK public sector, with clients that include local government bodies and educational institutions.
The Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh (WWL) NHS Foundation Trust has adopted a new electronic patient record (EPR) platform in a bid to meet Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt’s paperless NHS proposal.