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Ipswich glitch with iSoft order

17th May 2007

Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust is experiencing persistent problems with its computer system.
Reports indicated it has difficulties getting its new Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)-provided iSoft iPM patient administration system and iCM clinical software to communicate.


The trust went live with the new system recently but sources indicate that the problems resulted in clinical messages becoming extremely slow and in some instances handled manually. Ipswich is the first site to get the iCM clinical ordering system under the £12bn NHS IT programme.

 

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Article Information

Title: Ipswich glitch with iSoft order
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 2880
Date Added: 17th May 2007

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