From early conceptual work with the RCPCH to later developments with NHS England eRedbook is now rolled out across London and launching nationwide.
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08 July 2020
COVID 19 has changed the way the NHS works with parents and only now are trusts beginning to put into place the new working practices that will define the service for the duration of the pandemic and perhaps beyond.
01 July 2020
Following a successful rollout of eRedbook across London giving access to child health records to 20% of babies born in England, eRedbook is now on national release available to trusts and organisations commissioned to provide maternity and health visiting services across England.
26 May 2020
We know how time consuming it can be to try and find links to useful websites you have found before but can’t quite remember where or when so we have compiled a list of 12 of the most useful links for Maternity and Child Health Professionals.
27 October 2019
The eRedbook team have worked alongside NHS Digital during the pilot phase to integrate NHS Login with eRedbook as an exciting first of type which has gone live this month with our deployment partners North East London Foundation Trust.
06 July 2019
Following on from Sitekit’s successful roll out of eRedbook across London, the NHS Long Term Plan announces that by 2021 all parents nationwide will have a choice of paper or digital Redbooks for the new babies.
01 May 2019
eRedbook is the first app to go live with the NHS National Events Management Service providing NHS birth, screening and immunisation data direct to new parents. Sitekit, have now gone live with NEMS in North East London and will work to roll this out to the rest of London imminently.
15 February 2019
Sitekit has begun work on a pilot with NHS Login as an early partner with NHS Digital to help develop the service for future users.
21 May 2018
eRedbook has demonstrated sufficient innovation, imagination and ambition in digital transformation to be shortlisted as a finalist for the Going Paperless Project of the Year award.
15 September 2017
We are pleased and proud to reveal that eRedbook has joined DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme’s latest cohort of high potential digital health SMEs. Find out what's next.
19 December 2016
NHS England has contracted Sitekit to develop, publish and implement the technical child health data messages using the FHIR messaging standard, flowing information from clinical records into the electronic red book.
14 June 2016
Sitekit is working with five NHS trusts across London to field test eRedbook. The Personal Child Health Record is being connected to Child Health Information Systems across London to provide accurate up to date health information for parents and reduce administration for health professionals.
10 May 2016
The eRedbook has won the Connected Society award at BT Connected Cities, a BT and Cabinet Office competition aimed at showcasing innovative SMEs that are shaping the cities of the future.
25 April 2016
Life Sciences Minister George Freeman MP has announced his intention to launch a Department of Health programme to accelerate access to digital services and has cited eRedbook as an exemplar of what he wants to achieve.
27 January 2015
eRedbook has received official backing from the Community Practitioners and Health Visitors Association, the professional organisation that represents the overwhelming majority of practitioners within the United Kingdom.
11 November 2014
eRedbook has received clinical assurance and endorsement by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH). Note (Jan 2020) - The RCPCH nolonger endorses individual Digital Personal Child Health Records and instead now works alongside the NHS Digital Child Health Programme at a national level.
09 May 2014
Has it really been a year? On 1 May we went to Liverpool to celebrate the first ‘birthday’ of eRedbook in their region.
15 July 2012
Sitekit and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) are partnering to create the UK’s first electronic Personal Child Health Record (ePCHR): the eRedbook.
18 May 2012
The first public announcement of the eRedbook, the UK’s first electronic Personal Child Health Record (ePCHR), was made at Sitekit’s eHealth Symposium on the 18th May .