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Today, DHCW is honouring World Patient Safety Day, a WHO initiative that promotes patient safety awareness, engagement, and action. This year’s theme is safe maternal and newborn care.
The system used to process electronic referrals from GPs to hospitals has for the first time linked up with hospitals cross-border, in England.
Doctors in Wales are now able to access digital genetic test results for urgent cancer patients, following a recent update to the Welsh Clinical Portal (WCP).
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Community pharmacists in Wales are to be given increased access to patients’ GP medical records as part of the Choose Pharmacy service, to help them care for more people with minor illnesses.
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People in Wales are now able to access their vaccination status online via a digital NHS COVID Pass.
Rapid access to patients’ digital health records has been critical in delivering life-saving care, according to paramedics at the Welsh Ambulance Service Trust (WAST).
A brand new, digital way of working has been introduced for nurses and other hospital staff in Wales
Gary Bullock, DHCW’s Director of Application Development and Support, is to retire at the end of the month.
The Welsh Government has funded five places on the national learning programme for NHS candidates, which results in a Postgraduate Diploma in Digital Health Leadership, awarded by Imperial College London.
Digital Health and Care Wales have been named winners at the Go Awards Wales for COVID-19 Outstanding Response as well as the overall GO Excellence Award.
Digital Health and Care Wales is pleased to announce that Helen Thomas has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer.
In line with the move to a special health authority, we have merged our Primary Care and NWIS Local Service Desk teams. The new merged team will be known as the DHCW Service desk.
Digital Health and Care Wales is officially launched today.