digital

Electronic system to improve patients’ end of life care shared nationally as best practice

Details of an electronic system supporting people who are receiving end of life care in the Humber, Coast and Vale Care Partnership area, have been published nationally, to share with other health and care organisations as best practice. The Electronic Palliative Care Co-ordination System (EPaCCS) is a palliative care shared record, which enables different health … Read more

Yorkshire & Humber Care Record procures consortium of expertise to help deliver population health management for the region

Following a robust procurement exercise the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record is pleased to announce that it is intending to award a consortium of expertise from Deloitte UK, Google Cloud and Synanetics to work in partnership in helping deliver the technology that underpins the population health management capability for the Yorkshire and Humber region at … Read more

Another step forward for Yorkshire & Humber Care Record

Dr John Byrne has been confirmed as the new Senior Responsible Owner for the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record – one of five exemplars within NHS England’s Local Health and Care Record programme. Dr Byrne, an Executive Medical Director at Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust which provides mental health, community, GP, learning disability and specialist … Read more

Better record-sharing improves healthcare for Humber patients

Patients across the Humber are benefiting from more joined-up healthcare thanks to the roll-out of a new initiative to share information between NHS providers. Healthcare professionals can now see up-to-date information about their patients, even if they’ve been treated somewhere else. That’s because the two main patient record systems used across the region (EMIS Web … Read more

Humber Care Tech Challenge

On the 5th and 6th of September, the Humber community held it’s first Humber Care Tech Challenge at the splendid Bridlington Spa. The purpose of the event was for teams from all sectors to try to solve some real world care challenges using readily available technology. Thirteen teams entered, from a diverse range of backgrounds … Read more