Digital Health and Care Wales is pleased to welcome two new executive directors to the Board this month.
The Occupational Therapy department at Hywel Dda University Health Board has reduced its annual clinical documentation audit completion time from 6 - 9 months to just 1 thanks to a new digitally automated workflow.
NHS Wales emergency department (ED) staff are invited to join the NHS Wales Microsoft 365 Centre of Excellence for its fourth hackathon event on Wednesday 25 May 2022.
It has been just over a year since the Welsh Nursing Care Record (WNCR) first rolled out in Swansea Bay Health Board in Spring 2021.
The NHS Wales Microsoft 365 Centre of Excellence has been launched to drive creative digital innovation across NHS Wales and support staff using Microsoft 365 (M365) software.
The use of tools including Teams, OneDrive, SharePoint, Forms and Planner is now widespread, boosting productivity and supporting the NHS Wales workforce to continue to deliver critical services across Wales.
In our latest Digital Healthcare Wales podcast, we learn how clinical informaticists bring the worlds of clinical and IT together.
Do you work in acute care? The NHS Wales e-library needs your input for an evaluation of BMJ Best Practice Comorbidities.
Digital Health and Care Wales (DHCW) officially launched one year ago today, becoming NHS Wales’ organisation for digital, data and technology.
Over seven million vaccinations have now been administered in Wales with the support of the Welsh Immunisation System (WIS).
Digital Health and Care Wales have hosted four successful digital nursing engagement events telling the story of the Welsh Nursing Care Record (WNCR).
Service Desk: DHCW has reached 3rd place in the globally-recognised SDI Awards held 22nd March 2022, in Birmingham.
Digital Services for Patients and Public (DSPP) is running monthly update sessions to inform and engage stakeholders.
The upgrade of GP Practices’ broadband in North Wales, managed by Digital Health and Care Wales, has been celebrated with a visit to a remote practice by Secretary of State for Wales, Simon Hart.
The Welsh Nursing Care Record (WNCR) has launched in Wales’ largest health board, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB). The digital system is transforming the way nurses record, store and access patient information.
The digital system behind the COVID-19 vaccination roll out in Wales, the Welsh Immunisation System (WIS), has been presented with the People’s Choice Award for its impact during the pandemic at a ceremony in London.
This week, Digital Health and Care Wales is celebrating International Women’s Day, a globally recognised event to commemorate the cultural, political and socioeconomic achievements of women across the world.
Digital Health and Care Wales is one of three top finalists in the Pandemic Innovation category for the The Welsh Immunisation System (WIS), which provides the management, distribution and reporting for the COVID 19 vaccination programme in Wales.
In the first of a series of spotlight features, Mr Rhidian Hurle, Consultant Urological Surgeon in Cwm Taf Morgannwg Heath Board and Medical Director for Digital Health and Care Wales, shares his personal experience of digital health care over 25 years.
A new digital hospital pharmacy system is now available nationally with implementation completed over 12 months in 28 sites across seven health boards and one trust in Wales.