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Mobile working for health and care staff with iNurse

To succeed, a move to community based care must be supported by better technology for frontline workers – moving away from inefficient paper based working to streamlined electronic communication. iNurse from Advanced Health & Care is a simple and easy … Read more → – Mobile working for health and care staff with iNurse

Going paperless at King’s College Hospital

In this video diary for E-Health insider, Director of ICT at King’s College Hospital Colin Sweeney talks about the ambition to go paperless by 2013. King’s College Hospital has set a target of 2013 to be a paperless hospital. E-prescribing … Read more → – Going paperless at King’s College Hospital

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Real-time data capture and communication improves care for stroke patients

Stroke Nav is a web-based system that supports clinicians and managers involved in stroke care. Users can enter and review data via tablets such as the Apple iPad. The system offers data collection modules for each aspect of treatment, including … Read more → – Real-time data capture and communication improves care for stroke patients

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Digital pens cuts admin for Portsmouth’s midwives

Portsmouth midwives now use low cost Blackberry digital pens to write up case notes, which has halved their paper work. The pen works just like normal on the paper record, which the mum-to-be keeps, but the pen also reads and … Read more → – Digital pens cuts admin for Portsmouth’s midwives

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