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Tag: digital pen

Doing what it says on the tin

4 May, 2012 (09:58) | Data management, hand held records, Initiatives, Interoperability, Paper Records, workload | By: Helga Perry

Okay, this may seem like advertising, but it’s such a rare event for me to find a product that I think actually does what it says on the tin that I want to spread the word about it. Yesterday (3rd May 2012) I attended HC2012 at the Business Design Centre in London. Among the exhibitors […]

Solent Supplies Team sets up digital pen framework | Guardian Government Computing | Guardian Professional

31 August, 2011 (12:57) | hand held records, Initiatives, Midwifery, Paper Records | By: Helga Perry

An NHS procurement organisation has tendered for the first framework contract for the suppy of digital pen technology, making it available to the wider public sector. Solent Supplies Team (SST), which provides a procurement service for a group of NHS trusts on the south coast, has said it wants [to] provide a “total digital pen […]

Digital pens at Portsmouth

23 April, 2011 (08:10) | Initiatives, Patient-Centered Care, workload | By: Helga Perry

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust (PHT) has won 2010’s ‘business impact’ category at the Wireless Leadership awards. The trust won for its digital pen solution, used by its community midwives, and supplied by O2 Health.The Wireless Leadership awards recognise organisations that have deployed a wireless technology that has made a significant impact on its business.PHT is […]

Perinatal Institute study day 20 Jan 2011

20 January, 2011 (18:00) | Dashboards, Data management, Data quality, Datasets, EPR, Initiatives, National Programmes, Nightmares!, Patient-Centered Care, perinatal data | By: Helga Perry

Many thanks to all involved in organising the study day on Improving NHS maternity information and care at the Perinatal Institute in Birmingham. Lots of interesting presentations, including a progress report on the National Maternity Services Data Set that generated some very lively discussion, and an account of Shrewsbury & Telford’s clinical dashboards. I particularly […]