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IDCR

5 July, 2013 (09:08) | Computers are Magic, EPR, Government policy, Initiatives, Interoperability, National Programmes, Patient-Centered Care, Railways versus Roads, Standardisation | By: Helga Perry

The latest NHS England buzzword is IDCR (Integrated Digital Care Record). Guidance, standards etc. have been published in Safer Hospitals Safer Wards – reiterating the desire for fully digitised and integrated health records across all care settings by 2018. It doesn’t allow much time for NHS organisations to submit expressions of interest in the Technology Fund, though – […]

Data re-entry overload: time for a paradigm shift in maternity IT?

3 October, 2011 (16:04) | Data quality, EPR, hand held records, Initiatives, Interoperability, maternity care, Paper Records, Patient-Centered Care, perinatal data, workload | By: Helga Perry

Our latest Review Article, published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. Click to read the abstract. Data re-entry overload: time for a paradigm shift in maternity IT?.    

The future of the National Programme for IT : Department of Health – Media Centre

13 September, 2010 (13:53) | Government policy, Initiatives, Interoperability, National Programmes, Railways versus Roads, Standardisation | By: Helga Perry

The future of the National Programme for IT : Department of Health – Media Centre. A Department of Health review of the National Programme for IT has concluded that a centralised, national approach is no longer required, and that a more locally-led plural system of procurement should operate, whilst continuing with national applications already procured. […]

Map of Medicine – is it more of a railway than a road?

10 September, 2010 (12:03) | Care Pathways, Initiatives, Railways versus Roads | By: Helga Perry

see Homepage – Map of Medicine. I always thought Map of Medicine was a step in the right direction. HOWEVER: I have just realised that the Smartcard and Athens versions of Map of Medicine don’t talk to each other! It’s fair enough that the public-access version of Map of Medicine via NHS Choices or NHS […]