Tammy Lovell

By Tammy Lovell 03:41 am August 28, 2019
The new feature aims to assist oncology clinicians in finding cancer trials and participants.

The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability in London

By Tammy Lovell 05:00 am August 16, 2019
The independent medical charity in London says the system has reduced incidents of prescription error since it was introduced in April.
By Tammy Lovell 03:24 am August 14, 2019
Contract announced as figures reveal that NHS trusts have boosted IT spending by almost £152m [$183m] since the 2017 WannaCry attack.  

Hospital trusts will use part of the funding towards tech projects such as developing integrated digital health services.

By Tammy Lovell 03:51 am August 07, 2019
A £1.8 billion (€2 billion) cash boost to upgrade outdated NHS facilities and equipment has been pledged by new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.
By Tammy Lovell 04:47 am August 05, 2019
Research commissioned by the OneLondon LHCRE highlights the need for greater engagement with the public to improve trust about how data is shared.
By Tammy Lovell 03:21 pm July 31, 2019
Health tech startup says AI solution could offer peace of mind to families of elderly people.

The integration allows blood test results to be shared electronically with Cambridge University Hospitals.

By Tammy Lovell 01:54 am July 18, 2019
The integration allows blood test results to be shared electronically with Cambridge University Hospitals.

The UK’s first new-build "paperless" hospital Chase Farm Hospital says it has improved clinical safety and dramatically reduced admin, releasing more time for patient care. 

By Tammy Lovell 05:27 am July 17, 2019
Also: French academic hospital CHRU de Nancy announces 10-year enterprise informatics agreement with Royal Philips, former NHS England director Sir Bruce Keogh joins messaging app firm and others. 

Coroners have linked 11 patient deaths with safety concerns about NHS Pathways.

By Tammy Lovell 04:43 am July 17, 2019
Coroners have called for action to prevent further fatalities linked to the NHS Pathways system following 11 patient deaths.
Cybersecurity
By Tammy Lovell 03:31 am July 15, 2019
GE Healthcare says its anaesthetic machines pose no patient risk, after concerns that the devices could be tampered with by hackers.

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