Cyber-attack: one week on

Posted on 19-May-2017 13:48:30

This time last week reports were coming in of a major cyber-attack on the NHS. Nearly all GP practices using Vision were unaffected due to established security measures.

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Agenda announced for Scotland Vision conferences

Posted on 18-May-2017 16:33:18

The 'Smarter. Faster. Better.' Vision conferences in Scotland are quickly approaching. We have published an engaging and interactive agenda that showcases real-world examples of shared care services underpinned by Vision.

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Guest Blog: Dr. Paul Miller's first encounter with Vision Anywhere

Posted on 18-May-2017 11:51:27

I now have a Vision Anywhere tablet and licence. I sorta mucked that up slightly by registering it on my own Microsoft Surface but have found the licence manager that lets me fix that.

Amazing to see Vision Anywhere just working on any tablet – no complex VPNs, multiple passwords or selling your granny to get access – it just works. I have only played around briefly but it seems to be fast enough, the user interface is lovely and I still dream of Star Trek (showing my age there) style tablet consulting. No big monolithic box on the desk between me and the patient, no more ‘triadic’ consulting where the PC is the omnipresent oracle beyond the understanding of mere mortals to which we must defer in all matters of life, death and sick-lines.

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Vision statement on the NHS Cyber Attack

Posted on 15-May-2017 15:21:26

Vision's network and security specialists worked over the weekend to help minimise the impact of the cyber attack that affected a number of NHS organisations on Friday afternoon.

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We're exhibiting at UK eHealth week 2017. See you there.

Posted on 24-Apr-2017 10:32:25

The Vision team is getting ready to exhibit at UK eHealth week in London. Returning to Olympia for its third successful year in a row, Vision will be on hand to showcase our exciting latest developments. You can find us at stand 252.

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Interoperability and local agreements are essential for safe sharing

Posted on 21-Mar-2017 11:23:00

Patient record sharing by GPs hitting the front pages of the broadsheets would normally be a phenomenon. But on Saturday the Telegraph reported a 'truly devastating' security breach for over 26 million patients whose medical records are stored in the TPP SystmOne patient record system. Sky News also covered the story.

Vision combines interoperability with local sharing agreements to ensure patient records are shared safely and securely.

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2017 Vision Conferences.  Smarter. Faster. Better.

Posted on 17-Mar-2017 12:12:17

 

Discover how Vision supports the emerging models of care at the 2017 Vision Conferences. 

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Increase capacity for GP appointments with 2-way text messaging

Posted on 09-Mar-2017 19:10:16

A recent update to Vision helps GP practices to make more appointments available to patients, and increases the potential to save time and money with SMS text messaging.

Text messaging is an increasingly popular way to remind patients about their appointments and to send call/recall invitations. It is a fast and effective way to communicate with your patients. Now your patients can reply and send text messages straight into Vision for a fraction of the cost of similar solutions.

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Central Funding for Vision Anywhere and Appointments

Posted on 02-Mar-2017 17:48:36

Did you know that Vision Anywhere and the new Vision Appointments app are available centrally funded in England on GPSoC?  Both are on the Tracking Database for CCGs to place orders for their practices.

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Vision's innovative interoperable solutions wow NHS Digital

Posted on 27-Feb-2017 16:00:48

We have regular and frequent contact with many people at NHS Digital but busy diaries mean there isn't much time for them to actually see Vision. So last Thursday we visited their headquarters in Leeds to host a drop-in Vision day, giving everyone at NHS Digital an opportunity to see how innovation and interoperability are integral to the new Vision solutions.

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