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Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust to deploy Allscripts electronic patient record

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust to deploy Allscripts electronic patient record

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust has chosen Allscripts to deliver an electronic patient record and help it achieve its digital ambitions over the next 10years.
ABHI develops US support strategy for UK healthtech industry

ABHI develops US support strategy for UK healthtech industry

The Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI) is offering UK companies the opportunity to take part in a number of US-based activities designed to help them access the US market.
Epic step in patient record sharing

Epic step in patient record sharing

A digital innovation which enables GPs and community nurses to securely access clinical patient information directly from Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) NHS Foundation Trust has gone live.
Clinicians tempt ‘IVF tourists’ to stay safe

Clinicians tempt ‘IVF tourists’ to stay safe

A clinic which fears couples may use unregulated overseas clinics for cut-price IVF treatment has created a package which it hopes will temp them to stay at home – and stay safe.
East Yorkshire Trust successfully implements fast-tracking system

East Yorkshire Trust successfully implements fast-tracking system

Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is to transform the way it manages patient records with the roll out of Idox Health’s iFIT logistics management platform.
AFC Bournemouth to support children's end of life care at Poole Hospital

AFC Bournemouth to support children's end of life care at Poole Hospital

AFC Bournemouth has chosen Gully’s Place at Poole Hospital as one of its charity partners for the 2018/19 season. It will support the charity through profile-raising player appearances, signed merchandise and club media support.
Research project to aid cancer surgery wins prize for QVH consultant

Research project to aid cancer surgery wins prize for QVH consultant

A research project which is hoped to improve the outcomes of head and neck cancer surgery by providing real-time analysis of the tissue as it is removed, has gained a prestigious prize for a consultant at Queen Victoria Hospital.
Rosie staff all of a Twitter on breastfeeding benefits

Rosie staff all of a Twitter on breastfeeding benefits

Staff at Cambridge’s Rosie Maternity Hospital are to harness the power of social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook to highlight the importance of breastfeeding.
Artificial heart transplant leads to donor eligibility

Artificial heart transplant leads to donor eligibility

The National Research Center for Cardiac Surgery (Astana, Kazakhstan) has confirmed the successful transplant of a donor heart in the first international patient implanted with the CARMAT heart in October 2017.
Merger ensures position as world’s largest independent hospital service provider

Merger ensures position as world’s largest independent hospital service provider

Althea is the world’s largest, vendor-independent managed service and maintenance provider for the acute healthcare sector, following the recent acquisition and integration of the TBS Group.
Dermatologist’s sterling work recognised

Dermatologist’s sterling work recognised

A skin expert at Cambridge University Hospitals has been named clinician of the year by the British Association of Dermatologists.
New scanner lands safely after crane drop through hospital roof

New scanner lands safely after crane drop through hospital roof

The London Clinic, a private hospital and charity in Harley Street, will be the first hospital in the UK to offer patients the latest diagnostic imaging with the new Siemens MAGNETOM Vida 3T MRI scanner in September.
Healthcare sector third worst in UK for not relieving stress

Healthcare sector third worst in UK for not relieving stress

More than one in two time-poor healthcare workers are not doing anything to relieve stress outside of work - ironically often due to not having the time - according to new research.
Philips partners with Oxford University Hospitals in digital pathology

Philips partners with Oxford University Hospitals in digital pathology

Royal Philips and Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) NHS Foundation Trust, have announced plans to create a digital pathology network to help drive faster and more efficient diagnoses for patients.
Academics announce breakthrough discovery in fight against cancer

Academics announce breakthrough discovery in fight against cancer

A breakthrough by Cambridge academics armed with state-of-the-art gene editing technology could further help clinicians in the battle against cancer.
Hospital staff complete first term of new nursing associate apprenticeship

Hospital staff complete first term of new nursing associate apprenticeship

As university students look back on the last term, for Anna Rose and Yasmin Eager the last four months have provided them with a special opportunity – to become the first trainee nursing associates at the Queen Victoria Hospital.
Canon Medical Systems UK champions community project

Canon Medical Systems UK champions community project

Medical imaging specialist, Canon Medical Systems UK has announced its ‘Respect’ project in association with professional basketball team Sheffield Sharks.
ABHI appoints new international manager

ABHI appoints new international manager

As part of the expansion to its international team, The Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI) has appointed Alison Cassells to the role of international manager.
Waiting times for test slashed

Waiting times for test slashed

Waiting times for a complex diagnostic test for some neurological conditions are tumbling at Poole Hospital.
Olympus appoints new director of Medical and Surgical Business

Olympus appoints new director of Medical and Surgical Business

Olympus has announced the appointment of Francis White as the new director of Medical and Surgical Business for the UK and Ireland.

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