Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Emis Group LSE:EMIS London Ordinary Share GB00B61D1Y04 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50p -0.16% 964.50p 962.50p 965.00p 970.00p 955.50p 970.00p 269,628 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 158.7 25.3 30.4 31.7 610.64

Emis Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/7/2017
17:55
What's happened today?
johnv
21/7/2017
12:28
Earlier this week.... Overview Trading for the half year has been in line with the Board's expectations with revenue slightly ahead of the comparative period as the Group continued to benefit from growing recurring revenue, strong market shares and good momentum in its order books and pipelines. This was achieved despite the uncertainty created by the general election and the ongoing slower rate of contract awards in larger NHS procurements.
wad collector
24/5/2017
09:39
must be a windfall for EMIS sorting the NHS stuff out
nobilis
16/5/2017
13:29
going for it
opodio
16/5/2017
13:16
Wad did emis not cover the problem at all then saying it was the surgery personnel's fault ? I have sent an email to emis to find out their exact position.I have a dual interest as an investor and a user.if they say its not covered as an investor it means their profits this year should be immune from the attack and subsequent attacks but as a user very concerned as where to start if I catch the virus.
haroldthegreat
16/5/2017
12:31
One of my neighbouring surgeries were ransomed two yrs ago. EMIS regarded it as a system attack that was not their fault as the ransomware had come in through someone's internet browsing . It took 2 weeks to sort out , some files were never recovered and it cost the IT dept thousands and also the surgery in wasted time . EMIS had little role as the problem was in the local network. Doesn't really answer your question , but this week is a reminder of the modern NHS vulnerability. It won't be going back to GP paper records though ; far too much already invested .
wad collector
16/5/2017
11:53
14 MAY 2017 EMIS Health teams have been working through the weekend to support customers affected by the widespread cyber attack that hit the NHS and other organisations around the world on Friday. Our priority is to help those customers who have been affected to restore their systems to full working order. There is no evidence to suggest that EMIS Health systems have been compromised or impacted as a result of this incident. Our main clinical system, EMIS Web, remains fully available. We are preparing to support customers returning to work on Monday morning, in particular GP practices who have issues when their surgeries re-open. Due to the high volume of enquiries anticipated on Monday, we advise customers needing support to visit our online Support Centre where further help and advice is available. But who bears the cost of call outs to fix the problem in individual customers who have been infected and who need help in removing infected files and backing up from their backup source. Do they pay their maintenance contractor per call out or yearly based on systems covered. It looks like the problem this time has been contained but would be interesting to know how many call outs they had on. Monday Also to know if virus infections are excluded from their cover to gp and pharmacies.
haroldthegreat
16/5/2017
07:22
With this attack any gp surgeries or pharmacy systems that are attacked and locked will need a computer technician to sort it out.as emis supply their product with a maintenance contract where will the cost of this be covered ?.do they cover themselves by having an annual contract with a specialist company or pay per call out ?if its a pay per call out the costs could be immense. They said their central systems were not affected but what about the computers of their customers ?
haroldthegreat
12/5/2017
19:12
Re today's cyber attack. The ONLY way to stop these in their tracks is to outlaw bitcoin and other cyber money. The only reason these ransom ware attacks can work is if the attackers can stay anonymous.
waterloo01
27/4/2017
16:27
Looks like £10 is on the horizon again ; the market is presumably reappraising the solid holds like Emis.
wad collector
18/4/2017
08:17
Downtrend since Jan 16 intact or uptrend from Nov 16 established?
bennodean
10/4/2017
20:34
I agree wad except that I bought at 1000 so not happy at the moment
cyman
10/4/2017
13:36
This is not a punters share , it is a long term investment in a company with a secure position in a stable market. Though it might lose you money in the short term. Hold and forget.
wad collector
10/4/2017
12:07
Up 25 today probably down 45 tomorrow
cyman
21/3/2017
21:00
So regret buying this seems to be turning into a bit of a howler Just a constant downward trajectory
cyman
19/3/2017
21:53
may benefit from troubles at a competitor, system 1?
mw8156
10/3/2017
14:21
Well spotted ; but he is probably the CEO.
wad collector
05/3/2017
17:12
^ new poster registered today. Filter!
albanyvillas
05/3/2017
16:47
I hear that 10% of the work force is getting cut to boost the share price
garry1000
01/2/2017
23:28
The majority work very hard and are committed to patients - the problems you see headlined are the result of under funding in the face of increasing service demand. Funding needs to be linked to reform but neither party has a great record with nhs reform
gopher
27/1/2017
23:48
productivity is dismal both in the hospital service and general practice; some loss of productivity is as a result of all the regulation introduced following Shipman some as a result of a too generous settlement particularly for GPs in 2003 which got them out of providing out of hours cover and for hospital docs who were awarded SPAs supporting professional activities to do much as they wish rather than service work. Absenteeism is rife in the Nursing and ancillary worker ranks. of course Jeremy Corbyn wants to throw more money at it to create a perfect socialist enterprise with all the associated restrictive practices, overmanning, central planning, inefficiency rather than fundamentally reforming...
mw8156
27/1/2017
21:45
Good company but NHS Trusts are in such financial bad straits they are not making the investments needed to improve productivity and working practices
gopher
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