An ambitious new Primary Care Strategy from Digital Health and Care Wales (DHCW) outlines the steps it will take to support the delivery of digital transformation across primary care services in Wales.
A new digital service launched in Cardiff’s UHW hospital is improving cardiology services.
Over the past few months we have been developing our new long term strategy, working with key delivery partners and with teams in our own organisation.
The power of data, embedding a digital culture and transforming access to primary care through digital are among the topics panellists from Digital Health and Care Wales (DHCW) will discuss at the HSJ Digital Transformation Summit.
Eight separate databases for the Welsh Nursing Care Record (WNCR) have been replaced with a single national instance.
DHCW’s approach to digital inclusion has been described as “exemplary” after being awarded Digital Inclusion Charter Accreditation.
Boots has become the second pharmacy system supplier to develop and test the technology needed to support the delivery of an Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) in Wales.
The first Annual Review has been published today (January 8, 2024) by the Digital Medicines Transformation Portfolio (DMTP)
Back in July 2018 Bryoni Keighley joined Information Services in what was then NWIS, as one of the first Business Admin Apprentices. And just a few years later, after a monumental effort she has graduated from the University of Wales Trinity St Davids with a first-class degree in Data and Information Systems.
As 2023 draws to a close, we would like to thank our staff, NHS Wales colleagues, partners and the public for their support during the past year.
Eight community pharmacy system suppliers have been awarded grants to make the innovations needed to deliver an electronic prescription service in Wales that will help patients, GPs and pharmacies.
Exciting opportunities for how artificial intelligence (AI) can transform health and social care in Wales were shared at a Big Data webinar today.
Collaborative working has been key to the successful launch of the electronic prescription service (EPS) in Wales.
More than 220 colleagues from Planning, Workforce and Finance teams across NHS Wales came together last week for the latest Planning Programme for Learning National planning and learning event.
Patients in Rhyl are the first in Wales to benefit from a new electronic prescription service (EPS), which allows GPs to send prescriptions securely online to the patient’s choice of community pharmacy, without the need for a paper form.
This month will see the Diabetes consultation notes (DCN) reach a new record of 200,000 notes created since its launch in 2019.
The need for an all-Wales electronic record to help improve mental health planning and provision in Wales has been identified following phase one of a discovery project by DHCW.
Digital Services for Patients and the Public (DSPP) programme and Kainos Earns Nomination for Healthcare Project of the Year Award at the BCS & Computing UK IT Industry Awards 2023 for Innovation with the NHS Wales App.
Digital Medicines Transformation Portfolio Director Rhian Hamer has been recognised with a prestigious UK IT industry 2023 Award for her inspirational work leading one of the biggest digital health changes in Wales.
Health Minister Eluned Morgan saw Digital Heath and Care Wales (DHCW) systems and services in action during visits to DHCW’s Cardiff office and Neath Port Talbot (NPT) Hospital this month.