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NHS In Depth
David Walliker is focusing on digitising the trust using an open source electronic document management system instead read more »
Andrew Fearn on culling systems, creating ‘a single view of the patient’ and moving to video consultations read more »
Shadow Cabinet Office minister believes that the government needs to take ownership of its contradictory data policies read more »
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