Health care professionals across Wales can now access cancer patient information through the Welsh Clinical Portal (WCP).
Doctors at two health boards are trialling a new, mobile version of the Welsh Clinical Portal.
The work of the NHS Wales Informatics Service (NWIS) to develop a digital workforce in partnership with the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) has been celebrated by the UK National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB).
The NHS Wales Informatics Service (NWIS) Choose Pharmacy team have won the innovation and technology category at the Antibiotic Guardians Awards. The ceremony, which took place in June 2019, celebrates the work of Healthcare professionals across the UK and abroad in tackling antimicrobial resistance.
Welsh Government, NHS Wales Informatics Service and the Wales Co-operative Centre are working together to improve digital inclusion in Wales with the publication of a new guide.
Clinicians in Wales can now connect with decades of their patients' cardiovascular treatment history through the Welsh Clinical Portal (WCP).
Swansea's Morriston Hospital is using new functionality in WCP to maintain accurate inpatient lists - tracking patients' admissions, transfers and discharges in real time.
The Welsh Point of Care Test (WPOCT) system has gone live in Powys Teaching Health Board a month after it was successfully implemented in Velindre NHS Trust.
The NWIS Service Desk is proud to announce that we have been awarded a "three-star" Service Desk Certification by the Service Desk Institute - an international organisation for help-desk professionals and those working in the IT service and support industry.
NHS Wales has signed a new enterprise deal with Microsoft that will strengthen defences against cyber-attacks and give over 100,000 NHS Wales staff access to Office 365.
Plans are underway to replace paper with a digital system at Wales’ critical care units.
Our Information Services team is developing a portal that will be the single point of access for our health and care intelligence products and data.
Despite being nominated, our Commercial Services Team fell just short of winning a much coveted award at this year's upcoming Go Procurement Awards in Birmingham last month - recognising the best of public procurement projects in the UK.
All health boards and hospitals in Wales are now using one common system for digital x-rays, scans and images.
A pilot for an on-the-spot sore throat swab service promotes more efficient use of antibiotics among patients in parts of Wales, according to initial results.
A new Innovation Network developed by Life Sciences Hub and Welsh Government will bring together innovation champions, leads and practitioners across health and social care system in Wales.
All staff in our Information Governance team have successfully passed their BCS Practitioner in Data Protection certification.
This month we launched our new website with better functionality and features, improved content and design - making it easier to access on any device, such as smartphones and tablets.
In October 2018, Minister for Health and Social Services, Vaughan Gething, announced a substantial investment into the NHS Wales e-Library for Health service as part of Health Education Improvement Wales' inception. Since then, it has grown significantly and proven to be an increasingly valuable resource for NHS staff across Wales.
Swansea Bay University Health Board is the latest health board to benefit from the new child health system, the Children and Young Persons Integrated System (known as CYPrIS).