Three GP IT suppliers have been awarded onto a new Framework Agreement to supply IT systems and Services for primary care in Wales.
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Free training for the NHS Wales Video Consulting Service is available for GPs, pharmacists, dentists and opticians who wish to provide secure video consultations to their patients.
Citizens in Wales are eligible to get a copy of their Covid Pass providing they have had two doses of an approved vaccine (or one single dose of 'Janssen' vaccine) through a digital app and a paper version.
Digital Health and Care Wales is pleased to announce the appointment of two new executive directors.
Following the announcement of the acceleration of booster jabs, DHCW has supported health boards to set up 1 million extra COVID-19 vaccine appointments by the end of December.
The Choose Pharmacy application is available in 98% of community pharmacies in Wales to support accredited pharmacists in the delivery of enhanced clinical services.
Neath Port Talbot Minor Injuries Unit is the first in Wales to use a new national Emergency Department (A&E) system.
Our Digital Health and Care Wales Service Desk team has been shortlisted in the Best Service Desk category in this year's Service Desk Institute (SDI) Awards.
The Bowel Screening Wales programme has begun inviting people aged 58 and 59 years old for the first time for bowel cancer screening.
A recent update to the Welsh Clinical Portal (WCP) means that health professionals across Wales are now able to access digital copies of their patients’ endoscopy and bronchoscopy test results from Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board.
The Digital Services for Patients and the Public (DSPP) programme was set up by the Welsh Government to help co-ordinate the rapid delivery of digital solutions and health and care applications for people of Wales.
The team behind the digital Welsh Nursing Care Record (WNCR) have won ‘Best Healthcare Sector IT Project of the Year’ in the prestigious British Computing Society (BCS) UK IT Industry Awards.
A leading figure of Wales’ COVID-19 vaccination programme has described how access to the digital services delivered by DHCW has been key to its successful roll out.
The new Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) Service will manage the 35 million plus tests processed by NHS Wales’ 21 pathology labs every year.
The Digital Health and Care Wales Board has heard how the scale and pace of agile development work for the Welsh Immunisation System (WIS) is “a complete game changer” and “critical to the success of the [Welsh mass vaccination] program” at its September board meeting.
Helen Thomas, Chief Executive Officer of Digital Health and Care Wales, won ‘Digital CEO of the Year’ at the 2021 Digital Health Awards.
Hundreds of millions of pounds has been saved by Welsh Government using public sector services during the pandemic, including Test, Trace, Protect.
We are pleased to announce that Simon Jones has been appointed by Welsh Government as chair of our board.
Congratulations to our procurement team for winning the ‘COVID-19 Outstanding Response Award ‒ NHS and Healthcare Organisations’ award at the UK National GO Awards 2021.