by Inderjit Singh
14 November 2018
The need for effective sharing of health and care information to support new and emerging models of care is a clear priority for the National Health Service (NHS), as more organisations in our industry are moving toward integrated care and realising the need to manage total cost and quality of care for local populations.
by Sean Ridley
7 November 2018
Connecting information with a Health Information Exchange (HIE) has benefits that resonate across the continuum of care. Typically, this could be things like an A&E consultant immediately seeing pre-existing conditions and medication allergies, community nurses accessing test results and scans from their patient’s home, or a GP being able to see that their patient has a specialist appointment soon and equipping them with the right questions to maximise their treatment and get a better outcome.
by Richard Francken
7 March 2016
In the strive for improving patient care the availability of correct patient data is a crucial component. We are constantly working to ensure that your medical history is available to those who need it the most when you need it the most, as it could be a matter of life or death.
by Cerner UK
28 January 2016
The clinical exchange platform (CEP) is in full swing at St George’s, giving clinicians access to their patients’ GP record: diagnoses, diagnostics, medications and other clinical information. Information stored in GPs’ practice systems are now visible in Cerner Millennium®. This has been enabled by the implementation of Cerner’s Health Information Exchange (HIE) platform.