Tagged electronic health records

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NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde rolls out EHR provider

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) has completed a roll-out of Orion Health Medicines at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Glasgow and is now using the system across 11 hospital sites. It is aimed to give doctors a more complete and up-to-date list of the medications their patients are taking when they are admitted. Orion,…

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How blockchain networks could radically empower patients

Kirill Timofeev, lead software project manager at global technology consultancy DataArt, explains how blockchain networks can empower patients.  Unfortunately, under current systems, it often falls to patients themselves to arrange for the sharing of key records among offices and doctors. This inefficiency costs the entire system money, requires substantial time investment and compromises health services…

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Harnessing Electronic Health Records for Research

This year, UK research organisation Farr Institute and University College London Life Learning will host a number of inter-related one and two-day courses, focusing on the developing field of electronic health records research. The courses have been designed to allow individuals to select those most relevant to their research and learning needs. Attendees to the…

Referapatient is a database application designed by Bloomsbury Health to help doctors simplify urgent patient referrals. It is used in more than 80 NHS
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Referapatient makes urgent patient referrals clearer

Referapatient is a database application designed by Bloomsbury Health to help doctors simplify urgent patient referrals. To date, it is used in more than 80 NHS hospitals. The referapatient platform enables referrals and responses to specialists to be securely documented via a single platform ensuring clear communication between doctors that avoids quickly scribbled notes, according to…

Citizens’ juries support health data sharing following the UK’s first electronic health records trial. The jurors thought that health data should be shared
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Citizens’ juries support electronic health data sharing

Citizens’ juries support health data sharing following the UK’s first electronic health records trial. This follows the results of a major survey conducted by the Wellcome Trust. The juries’ findings highlight that when informed of both of the risks and opportunities associated with health data sharing, the public believe an individual’s right to privacy should…

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