Long-term secure access solution for care.data is still being considered, but new facility should be ready by March 2015
For once, the year wasn't filled with government IT lows, as there were highs too
If answers satisfy Caldicott and the independent panel, Care.data will go ahead as an 'opt-out' scheme
All Party Parliamentary Group report says there is a lack of clarity about the project and says it 'would be correct to halt the programme'
ACS CEO Vin Murria had told Computing in April that she was keeping potential buyers at bay
Plans for a central data warehouse to allow multiple agencies to access a patient's care record scaled back - but consent opt-out remains
Oxford University and the Chan Soon-Shiong Institute of Molecular Medicine creates project to harness big data to improve cancer treatment
Scott Rayner, renal IT manager at Royal Preston Hospital, tells Computing how Polycom is helping to provide better care to patients
Care.data to be re-started after hiatus as NHS England claims benefits outweigh the data risks
Sooraj Shah speaks to Spine programme head Andrew Meyer and solution architect Martin Sumner about the changes required at HSCIC for the switch to Spine 2
Sooraj Shah reports on how the implementation of the Spine 2 - a platform that connects clinicians, patients and applications - is helping to restore the NHS's reputation for project management
Top 10 IT news stories of the week: Barclays wants to read your veins, the BBC thinks you're a filthy pirate and a little-known company released a new mobile phone...
Only one thing could push security off the top this week when a little-known company released a new mobile phone...
New infrastructure built in-house by HSCIC in collaboration with BJSS
Trust claims it will spend £9m on 24/7 support services, but will still save £35m over five years
ICO, Nottinghamshire Police and NHS organisations have all been notified, says trust's chief executive
Top 10 IT news stories of the week: GCHQ staff lend a hand to the Tor Project and Sony gets slated for its security. Again
Popular this week include an analysis of Sony's security shortcomings and the cheeky tip-offs from GCHQ staff to the Tor Project
HSCIC says core services and messaging moved to new infrastructure in phases
Malcolm Senior, director of informatics at Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust, says that the opportunity for trusts to use the technology that is right for their requirements is here and needs to be seized to maximise clinical benefits and enhance...
Case study: How Homerton Hospital saved 90 per cent on storage hardware by shifting from NPfIT for clinical imaging
Hospitals across the UK are ditching NPfIT for image archiving - with Homerton cutting storage hardware costs from £50,000 to £5,000 in the process
NPfIT contracts forced hospitals to pay over the odds for out-of-date storage technology
Jimmy Parker, development office lead at Southport and Ormskirk NHS Trust, tells Danny Palmer why the trust opted to switch to a Liquidware Labs virtual interface
Question marks over laws requiring GPs to hand over patient information for the care.data project
2008 sacking from NPfIT could leave NHS with biggest payout in its 60-year history
Royal Free London's director of information management and technology, Will Smart, tells Danny Palmer how switching to digital case notes is improving patient care