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Berkshire goes live with record sharing project

Health and social care providers across Berkshire are sharing health and care information electronically on up to 850,000 residents in one of the country’s largest shared care record projects. The first major phase of Berkshire’s shared care record initiative has gone live. Known as Connected Care, the new clinical system […]

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NHS Liverpool CCG appoints Docobo

NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group has awarded a contract to Docobo to support the delivery of telehealth at scale. The service uses a combination of education, remote monitoring, automated alerting rules, plus access to experienced nurses to support people living with lung conditions, heart failure or diabetes. With the new Docobo platform, […]

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Leeds pilots open platform person held record

Leeds is developing and piloting an open platform based Person Held Record (PHR) for local people.  It follows extensive engagement with individuals, care professionals and stakeholders across the city to understand their needs and aspirations. It is believed a PHR will help people to better manage and control their own […]

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Lexacom secures multiple contracts at CCGs and Federations

Lexacom has recently secured new contracts from seven clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) and a number of GP clusters and federations looking to benefit from digital dictation and document creation software. GPs rely on dictation systems to transfer their clinical expertise to paper as quickly and efficiently as possible. The advent […]

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Somerset switches on patient record viewer

Somerset clinicians providing frontline emergency care now have instant access to the GP medical records of half a million patients in the county, allowing them fast and efficient access to information that can improve care and save time. More than 500 urgent and emergency care staff working across A&E and […]