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What does Epic’s new £175m NHS EHR deal mean for London?

One of the biggest NHS trusts in London has selected Epic as its ‘preferred supplier’ for a new electronic health record (EHR) in a deal worth £175million.

How good is the Garmin Epix for navigation?

The mapping support on the Epix is on par with the new Fenix 7, but that new splash of colour really comes into its own when you use it for maps and navigation. An AMOLED display will always sap battery faster than the transflective, low res displays found on most of the Garmin range – but theres still plenty of longevity here.

What does GPS epoch mean?

What is GPS epoch? Bookmark this question. Show activity on this post. What is a GPS epoch? I encounter this often in technical discussions and it does not have a clear meaning to me. Lately it was used in Maximum frequency of camera event and it seems to mean the receiver update rate (the frequency at which is the position updated).

What is the GNSS epoch?

GPS Epoch is a continuous time system for all satellites and observation systems. It is represented in seconds since Jan 5, 1980 (presumably when GNSS went online).

Which NHS trusts have signed a £175m contract with Epic?

One of the biggest NHS trusts in London has signed a deal with Epic for a new electronic health record. Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust last month confirmed to Digital Health News that the US supplier was its “preferred bidder” for the £175m contract.

What is the epic EPR contract with Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust?

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) has sealed the deal with Epic which will see a new electronic patient record (EPR) solution implemented. Digital Health News reported in December 2019 that Epic was Manchester’s ‘preferred bidder’ for the solution. The £181million contract has now been signed.

When will King’s epic EHR go live?

King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has confirmed its Epic electronic health record (EHR) will go live in 2023 after funding was secured. News Features CCIO Network Health CIO Intelligence Events Networks Rewired Summer Schools AI and Analytics Clinical Software Cyber Security Digital Patient Infrastructure Interoperability Shared Records

Why did AHA choose epic for its new electronic health record?

A spokesperson for the trust confirmed that Epic was its “preferred supplier”. “Following a competitive procurement process, we have selected Epic as the preferred supplier for our new electronic health record system and are in the process of finalising contracts following approval of the full business case,” they said.

What is the length of the GPS epoch?

In this sense, the length of the GPS epoch is the time taken for the week number to roll over. This is 1024 weeks (as it is stored as a 10-bit number) or about 19.7 years. Hence the second GPS epoch started on 22 August 1999, and the third on 7 April 2019.

What is an epoch?

In computing, an epoch is a date and time from which a computer measures system time. Most computer systems determine time as a number representing the seconds removed from particular arbitrary date and time.

What is the GNSS epoch?

GPS Epoch is a continuous time system for all satellites and observation systems. It is represented in seconds since Jan 5, 1980 (presumably when GNSS went online).

Why is the GPS epoch 16 seconds ahead of UTC time?

Because the number is 10bit data, when the weeks hit 1023 (2 10 - 1) they then roll back to zero (this happened in 1999 for the first time). GPS epoch doesn’t adjust for leap seconds, so is 16 seconds ahead of current UTC time (and growing over time).

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