Carl Reynolds

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EHI CCIO: Sources Of My Malcontent

Carl Reynalds | eHealth Insider | December 20, 2011

A key aim of the EHI CCIO Campaign is to help develop the next generation of clinical information leaders. To provide a junior doctor’s perspective, Carl Reynolds a self-professed technology enthusiast on a Future Medical Leaders Fellowship, starts a new column by discussing the sources of his malcontent with hospital IT. Read More »

First NHS Hack Day In London

Jon Hoeksma | eHealth Insider | May 17, 2012

The first NHS Hack Day will be held in London at the end of next week, to bring together doctors, developers and designers. Read More »

Hack the Programme

Staff Writer | EHealth Insider | May 28, 2012

The geeks shall inherit the world of NHS IT. Or that was the hope of NHS Hack Day 2012. Chris Thorne spent a day with the coders, and found that even the 'old guard' and 'big wigs' were having fun. Read More »

Handover System Wins NHS Hack Day

Chris Thorne | EHealth Insider | May 28, 2012

The NHS Hack Day 2012 was won by a group of clinicians and developers who produced an electronic patient task-list for doctors in just 24 hours. Read More »

How Scrutiny Of Freely Available Data Might Save The NHS Money

Staff Writer | The Economist | December 8, 2012

This week Britons were reminded yet again of the strains on the government’s finances. But another resource—data—is in abundant supply. Like governments in many other countries, Britain’s is turning more and more of its trove of information into “open data”... Read More »

Looking for geeks who love the NHS

Dick Vinegar | The Guardian | June 6, 2012

The NHS Hack Day was a eureka moment in the history of IT in the NHS. I am delighted that follow-up hack days will happen in Liverpool and Oxford. I am delighted that the establishment types on the judging panel have seen the light. They will ensure that the hack day will not just become another NHS pilot, which will fade away and be forgotten. Read More »

NHS Hack Day brings open source to UK Health Service

DJ Walker-Morgan | The H ( | May 31, 2012

The first NHS Hack Day has highlighted applications which could help the UK's National Health Service provide better, more customisable services for people. The event was won by a group who developed an electronic patient task list for doctors... Read More »

Open source patient task list wins UK Health service hackathon

Gijs Hillenius | European Commission Joinup | May 30, 2012

Patient List, a software application making it easier for doctors to hand over patients, has won the NHS Hack Day 2012 which took place in London last weekend. The application is made available as open source. Read More »

Open-access prescription data can save Britain's NHS millions: study

Lynne Taylor | Pharma Times Online | January 8, 2013

A study backed by the NHS Commissioning Board (NHSCB) has found that the sharing of publicly-available prescribing data could save the NHS in England millions of pounds a year. Read More »

RandomiseMe: Our Fun New Website That Lets Anyone Design And Run A Randomised Controlled Trial.

Ben Goldacre | Bad Science | December 16, 2013

Catching up and blogging this year’s activities: here’s a fun website I made with my friend Carl Reynolds, fellow doctor behind NHS HackDays (where nerds who love the NHS build useful tools). RandomiseMe lets you design and run randomised controlled trials, either on yourself, or on your friends. [...] Read More »

University College London Hospitals Deploys Open Source Patient List

Lis Evenstad and Rebecca Todd | E-Health Insider | April 14, 2014

University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has rolled out an open source patient list web service.  The system, from Open Health Care UK is called eICID, for Electronic Clinical Infections Database, and is being used by the infectious diseases, microbiology, and immune teams across the trust to help look after patients and support research and audit.

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