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NHS England to launch care.data standards testing within weeks
By Neil Merrett
Patient and information director Tim Kelsey confirms testing will soon commence to ensure project addresses concerns raised by national data guardian
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Care fund applicants weigh up IT impact of funding cut
By David Bicknell
NHS England confirms reports that funding for integrated digital care has been slashed to just £43m instead of £240m
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Clinical engagement key to north west trust’s electronic record plans
By Neil Merrett
Wigan and Leigh-based trust’s associate director of IT sees ongoing consultation as vital step to informing introduction of new integrated software platform
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Greater Manchester set to get control of its £6bn health care budget
By David Bicknell
Details of plan remain scarce, though proposals likely to come into force by 2016
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CCS introduces reforms to make procurement more accessible to SMEs
By David Bicknell
Rules will come into force from 26th February for central government contracting authorities
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NHS SBS clinical information systems framework launched
By Neil Merrett
Framework valued at £1.25bn seeks to offer trusts and authorities more agile procurement approach, while also supporting integrated care strategies
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Clarification concerns leave Caldicott unsure of care.data timing
By Neil Merrett
HSCIC maintains that clarifications to address data guardian's concerns over patient data scheme are largely in place, despite some ongoing challenges
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NHS Commissioning Support Services framework winners named
By David Bicknell
Organisations named by NHS England include Capita, Optum, MBED consortium and several CSUs
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ICO given expanded health data audit powers
By Neil Merrett
Data regulator now able to undertake compulsory audits of UK healthcare bodies over their data protection and sharing policies
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Ipswich trust eyes efficiency reforms with visualised data research
By Neil Merrett
Hospital among growing number of trusts focusing on visualising and mapping performance data to better prepare for increased service demand
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ICO content with community healthcare data protection
By Neil Merrett
Data regulator says eight percent of data breach notices received since June 2013 concerning Health and social care in England relate to community providers
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NHS England targets late June start for PCS contract
By Neil Merrett
Organisation aims to finalise outsourced support services supplier contract by May
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Sheffield trust picks HP for patient record integration
By Neil Merrett
System offering real-time access to consolidated health and social care information is expected to be rolled out across trust by autumn
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NHS N3 disruptions resolved
By Neil Merrett
Network "issue" preventing some healthcare staff from accessing external websites resolved within hours
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HSCIC to extend e-Referral testing this month
By Neil Merrett
Wider representation of patients and professional users to be invited to "final phase" of trials for Choose and Book replacement from late January
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