Around 300 websites across NHS Wales are getting a refresh, powered by a new, modern Content Management System (CMS).
Pharmacists, dentists and optometrists across Wales have been piloting the NHS Video Consulting Service (VCS), following its initial success with GPs during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Developers from NWIS have been part of the team ensuring the NHS COVID-19 app links with data and systems being used in Wales to help stop the spread of coronavirus. The success of the integration work between the app and laboratory systems has seen the app run smoothly in Wales.
A Digital Diabetes Consultation Note has helped to deliver care to diabetes patients throughout the Covid pandemic. The note allows healthcare professionals to record and view readings and observations, medications and other patient information. A PDF of the note is created in the Welsh Clinical Portal, which can be accessed by clinicians using the system across Wales.
The Choose Pharmacy application provides community pharmacists with access to a secure web-based portal that enables them to electronically record a range of consultations for enhanced services within the pharmacy.
Hospitals in Wales are to benefit from a new high-tech digital-monitoring system for seriously ill people in intensive care units.
A public consultation on the functions of the new special health authority, Digital Health and Care Wales, has been launched by Welsh Government today, Monday 7 September.
NHS Wales Informatics Service (NWIS) has chosen SOS Children's Villages as its charity of the year.
NHS Wales Informatics Service has developed an application that allows health boards in Wales to record the results of lateral flow antibody tests for citizens in Wales on a mobile device.
Interim Director of NWIS, Helen Thomas has become a Fellow of the British Computer Society (BCS).
We have an exciting opportunity for three new apprenticeships to join our organisation on a full-time basis.
From June 2020, a new module of the Choose Pharmacy application, the Independent Prescribers' Service (IPS), will support community pharmacists who have qualified as non-medical prescribers to provide patients presenting with certain conditions access to effective advice and treatment.
A new review will ensure that computing graduates have the skills needed to drive economic recovery as data science and AI change the industry post COVID-19.
Features of Microsoft Teams have been enabled for all GP practices. Chat, Calendar and Calls are available to all, following the completion of a pilot project with a small number of GPs and cluster sites.
The all-Wales digital contact tracing system is a key element of Wales’ Test, Trace and Protect service and directly supports contact tracers.
Diabetes clinicians in the Royal Glamorgan Hospital are now using the national Diabetes Consultation Note to record and view patient information within the Welsh Clinical Portal (WCP).
Secondary care clinicians in Swansea Bay University Health Board are the latest to benefit from a function within the Welsh Clinical Portal that allows them to view patient images from other health boards in Wales.
Digital services using the NHS Wales network are benefitting from a big increase in bandwidth.
The Welsh Community Care Information System (WCCIS) is helping Allied Health Professionals ensure vital rehabilitation care is delivered in the community for people who are recovering from coronavirus.