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Ingenica Mobility, a real-time barcode scanning app for use by clinicians, has been launched by Ingenica Solutions. Ingenica Mobility is designed on Android
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Barcode scanning app released for hospitals

Ingenica Mobility, a real-time barcode scanning app for use by clinicians, has been launched by Ingenica Solutions.  It is designed on an Android platform for the Zebra MC18 mobility device and enables the track and trace of inventory to the patient level in hospitals. The application enables clinicians to remove and return items and record…

The IT and web-based systems of three hospitals in the US were hit by Locky ransomware and hackers asked for a ransom to get systems back online. Systems at
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Three hospitals fall prey to cyber attacks

The IT and web-based systems of three hospitals in the US were hit by Locky malware and hackers asked for a ransom to get systems back online. Systems at Kentucky Methodist Hospital, Chino Valley Medical Center and Desert Valley Hospital, California, were hit by the ransomware but are now running normally again without having to…

NHS England has set aside £55 million to reward GPs and hospitals for switching to digital patient referrals by 2018.
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NHS sets aside £55m to reward digitised hospital referrals

NHS England has set aside £55 million to reward GPs and hospitals for switching to digital patient referrals by 2018. At the moment around 50% of patients are referred for hospital appointments electronically and according to the NHS, it is intended this will increase rapidly to 60% by September 2016, 80% by 2017 and 100%…

Paul O’Hanlon, managing director of Omnicell talks about automated medication and how it could be the next step in medicine dispensing in hospitals
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Is automated medicine the future for hospitals?

Paul O’Hanlon, managing director of Omnicell talks about automated medication and how it could be the next step in medicine dispensing in hospitals In a day and age where we use technology in nearly everything we do isn’t it time we started to embrace technology in the same way across the whole of the NHS?…

In 2015 hospitals strived to make progress with the introduction of electronic records, interoperable systems and patient access channels. HIMSS hopes that
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HIMSS predicts digital connectivity between hospitals in 2016

In 2015 hospitals strived to make progress with the introduction of electronic records, interoperable systems and patient access channels. Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society ( HIMSS ) hopes that this digital development will continue in 2016 Chief information officers (CIOs) will require greater leadership acumen as expectations of modern technologies continue to grow with…

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