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iSOFT apps now on BlackBerry
Little benefit from EHR in 2005-2007 says US study
Healthcare for the rural poor takes top prize
CompuGroup Medical expands presence in Scandinavia

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Intersystems offers free toolkit to the NHS
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Fast, more personalised care with RTLS technology
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Public authorities face 30-day countdown
Electronic prescribing: effect on medication errors and adverse drug events
Perot Systems to help implement Meditech at Rotherham
Bosch Healthcare launches independent telehealth project in the UK
Study shows telehealth patients experience better care
Digital pens improve treatment of acute diabetes in Germany
Clinical information systems
Philips acquisition to expand its clinical informatics portfolio
Streets Heaver preferred supplier for Bupa Cromwell Hospital
Wales selects InterSystems TrakCare as national laboratory system
In this issue: Health and safety - minimising the spread of HCAIs; Speech recognition – enhancing patient hospital experience; Patient privacy – privacy - a patient's right?

EU Commission announces biggest call for ICT research
Data management healthcheck survey reveals health IT's top spending priorities
CSC announces European ePrescription solution
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