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Dr Nick Harvey, CEO, Digitalis: General Practice is ahead of the curve in terms of digitisation but not much has changed since EHRs. Working at scale has brought new challenges. While not a necessity, in East Sussex we facilitated a move by all practices to EMIS Web. This has enabled a share of resources and improved access for our patients. Mounting pressures and the vision in the GPFV have meant a move towards multidisciplinary teams of nurses, nurse practitioners, physiotherapists, pharmacists, paramedic practitioners and physicians associates. They all need supporting with their development and Digitalis CPD has proven to be the ideal platform for this.
The Yorkshire Imaging Collaborative is a programme that will enable transformative change across the radiology services of 8 NHS Trusts, including 24 NHS Hospitals, making images and radiology reports available at the point of care within the network. The programme is a regional approach that will support sustainable integrated radiology services, to enable earlier diagnosis and meet rising demand. This includes over 300 dedicated radiology reporting stations, with the core Enterprise Imaging platform and XERO Viewer available to over 10,000 users. The Trusts will be able to reduce outsourced reporting costs and repeated images, while enhancing clinical efficiency and standardisation.
Designed and built with NHS practitioners using Microsoft’s latest technologies, CCube’s award-winning solutions deliver electronic health records to clinicians, secretaries and administrators in the format they require, when and where they are needed. With a proven track record of project success and expertise working with the NHS over 17 years, providing cost effective and scalable solutions, tailored to meet individual requirements, its software suite is used in over 28 NHS organisations around the UK