Palliative care referrals go digital in Kerry University Hospital
Palliative Care Electronic Referrals to Kerry Specialist Palliative Care Service (KSPC), University Hospital Kerry go digital, read more here...
ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE INFORMATION DAY 16th Jan 2020
The Enterprise Architecture Information Day 16th January 2020
Primary Care Smart Phone Roll Out-Programme
The Office of the Chief Information Office’s Primary Care smart phone project closed in November having delivered 3,468 mobile phones two months ahead of schedule
The 4th Joint eHealth Ireland and Northern Ireland Ecosystem Gathering Jan 22nd 2020
The 4th Joint eHealth Ireland and Northern Ireland Ecosystem Gathering took place on Tues 22nd January in Dundlak.
ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE INFORMATION DAY JAN 16TH 2020
Enterprise Architecture Information Da was held at the Gartner Offices, Dublin 2 on the 16th January 2020. Enterprise Architecture is responsible for supporting the strategic development of technical architecture, technology and operational capabilities in a standardised and aligned manner.
Cork University Hospital had two large project integrations Go-lives as part of KDCPMS
Cork University Hospital has recently had two large project integrations Go-live as part of the Kidney Disease Clinical Patient Management System (KDCPMS)
How Technology is helping TUH during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Technology such as Amazon’s Echo Show, FIRE HD tablets, iPad’s, video glasses, virtual clinics and lectures, a new app for staff and LUCY the robot.
National Virtual Health Team launch Attend Anywhere
The National Virtual Health Team are providing Attend Anywhere to enable healthcare staff to offer video consultations to patients during COVID-19
How the TRASNA system assisted in the assessment and treatment of Covid-19 Patients
How the Telemedicine Rapid Access for Stroke and Neurological Assessment (TRASNA) system assisted in the assessment and treatment of Covid-19 patients and helped reduce the risk of exposure for patients and medical staff.
MN-CMS Supporting Safe Care Delivery & Team Response during the COVID -19 Crisis
The MN-CMS team is providing an ‘Agile’ response to the current and unfolding healthcare crisis for the management of patients
How the TRASNA system assisted in the assessment and treatment of Covid-19 patients.
How the TRASNA system assisted in the assessment and treatment of Covid-19 patients and helped reduce the risk of exposure for patients and medical staff.
SNOMED CT Strategy 2020 released
The Irish SNOMED Governance Board would like to present the SNOMED CT Strategy 2020 on behalf of the Irish National Release Centre.
Podcasting in the School of Nursing & Midwifery, University College Cork
Nurses and Midwives are a trusted source of health information and Podcasting is a valuable way of relaying health information.
Innovation Organisation of the Year Award for the mPower project and cross-border health partnership
A partnership between NHS, National Services Scotland (NSS), HSE and led by the mPower Project Team has won the Innovation Organisation of the Year award at the Causeway Ireland Scotland Business Exchange hosted virtual awards ceremony held on the evening of 1st October.
Healthmail is a secure, private, bounded email service for the exchange of patient identifiable clinical information. In April 2020, COVID Emergency Legislative Provisions recognised Healthmail as the national electronic prescription transfer service, permitting the transfer of a prescription between the prescriber and dispensing pharmacy by electronic means, removing the need for a paper equivalent.
The Mercy University Hospital and the FlipPad
The journey with FlipPads started around 5 years ago, when the Medical Oncology Department approached Micheal Sheridan, CEO of The Mercy Hospital Foundation.
MN-CMS Supporting Safe Care Delivery - feedback from hospitals to its’ use during the COVID -19 Crisis
“MN-CMS was good for Covid and Covid was good for MN-CMS” Dr. Michael Robson, Consultant Obstetrician/ Gynaecologist & MN-CMS Clinical Director
A Sharper Image: New Diagnostic Sharing, Forged in a Pandemic
The uptake of medical technology is historically slow and arduous. Systems, people, and the technologies themselves are forced to adapt to each other, which can be a long journey.