HTN July Newsletter

It’s been another busy month! We launched our Health Tech Awards 2017 to celebrate some of the great health tech projects and innovations from the past year. We hope you have the time to make a submission.

In July we have covered many interesting projects that are really making a difference. Here we have highlighted just a few

  1. NHS Wi-Fi rolled out to all GP surgeries
  2. Virtual consultants help CCGs significantly reduce outpatient appointments
  3. Somerset switches on patient record viewer
  4. Golden Jubilee National Hospital goes live with Patient Portal
  5. Case Study: ILUX delivers advanced IT systems for 20 kidney dialysis clinics across the UK
  6. TrakCare go-live connects 10 hospitals
  7. Leicestershire telehealth project saves £117,550
  8. UCLH partners with Epic to design and build new electronic health record system
  9. Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals selects Genmed
  10. A UK first for Wirral University Teaching Hospital and Cerner
  11. DrDoctor gains three new NHS contracts
  12. Build healthcare apps in hours, not months
  13. BridgeHead Software comment on the use of WhatsApp
  14. drfocused poll says NHS doctors have 30% of their time wasted
  15. App offers suicide prevention help and support in Gloucestershire and Herefordshire
  16. Highland Marketing: Integrated marketing for successful healthcare communications
  17. AHSNs to be relicensed as NHS ‘centrepiece for innovation’
  18. Students develop new learning tools in augmented reality
  19. Second phase GP Data Hub goes live
  20. First e-Referral Service integration roadmap published
  21. Oxford agree ground-breaking digital health deal
  22. 3D printed bionic hands trial begin in Bristol
  23. Rally Round to support people on Isle of Wight