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Local Digital Coalition gets Camden backing
By David Bicknell
London borough had expressed interest in furthering local government digital development and will host secretariat for a year; five key projects identified by coalition
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£1.3bn clinical and digital health systems tender launched
By Neil Merrett
NHS London Procurement Partnership goes to market for new agreement to cater for interoperable data and digital tools needs of UK healthcare providers
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News in Brief - March 15
By Neil Merrett
Information commissioner urges European data protection reform readiness, Land Registry debuts online application status tool and NHS England sets aside £55m e-referral reward
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Atos responds to news of Cabinet Office contract review
By David Bicknell
Cabinet Office has confirmed that it will scrutinise all current Atos contracts with central government with an annual spend of over £10m
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NHS computer review launched amidst £4.2bn paperless push
By Neil Merrett
Professor Bob Wachter will report to government in June on findings as Jeremy Hunt today reaffirms investment aims looking at health apps and online service development
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HSCIC chair Kingsley Manning to stand down in May
By Neil Merrett
Recruitment underway to appoint new chairperson to help lead national technology schemes; no change in organisation's existing remit is expected as a result
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Islington picks BT to link up its health and social care systems
By David Bicknell
Five year, £7.4m contract to build, operate and manage interoperability service will underpin development of single integrated digital care record for 206,000 Islington residents
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Scottish audit committee to discuss ICT challenges
By Neil Merrett
Government permanent secretary Leslie Evans and CIO Anne Moises expected to face questions next week around technology project management
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HSCIC to commence patient data opt outs from January
By Neil Merrett
Organisation criticised by the ICO for continuing to share data of 700,000 patients despite their objections; delayed care.data scheme not affected
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NHS England to create new technology officer role
By Neil Merrett
No timetable set for appointment of new role, which will take forward leadership of information and technology agenda overseen by the outgoing Tim Kelsey
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Health department yet to define scope of NHS digital review
By Neil Merrett
University of California Professor Bob Wachter will undertake review process for department as health secretary commits to push ahead with performance ratings strategy
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Taunton and Somerset trust explores wider open source adoption
By Neil Merrett
Work underway to look at non-proprietary e-prescribing solution on the back of work to roll out open source patient record overhaul
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CQC puts Cambridge NHS trust into 'special measures'
By David Bicknell
'Inadequate' rating for large NHS trust shows £200m investment in highly regarded 'eHospital' IT project cannot offset broader clinical pressures
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Tim Kelsey to stand down from NHS England in December
By Neil Merrett
Lead figure behind care.data and national online service strategies will be moving to take up commercial director role in private sector
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CCG care.data pilot work continues
By Neil Merrett
Southwest commissioning group says local pathfinder surgeries ready to begin testing how data sharing may work under the scheme after anticipating delays to its work
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