The latest Digital Health News industry roundup features investment funding for Decently and Navenio and a milestone for Guy’s and St Thomas’.
Following a successful implementation at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, NHS Wales is to deploy HealthPathways nationwide.
Technology from Consultant Connect is putting paramedics directly in touch with specialists to avoid unnecessary A&E trips and improve patient experiences.
Enthusiasm for digital change must be focused on outcomes and things that matter to patients, urged Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland national leaders.
Tamas Szakmany, who led a national project to digitise ICUs in Wales, explains why the initiative can give clinicians a ‘single source of electronic truth’.
The NHS Covid-19 passport, which is also available in England, allows people to prove they’ve had both jabs when travelling abroad.
Seven hospital sites from the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board have gone live with electronic observations in a bid to improve patient care.
Initial results of a digital physiotherapy pilot suggest the tool could create more than £1m of annual savings if rolled out across the country.
Public Health Wales has confirmed a data breach which involved the personally identifiable data of Welsh residents who have tested positive for Covid-19.
Alongside £50m in new funding, the reformed NHS Wales will appoint a CDO who will help define national standard for Wales’s digital health services.