Digital Treatment (13 May 2004)
In this week’s In Business, Peter Day hears all about an absolutely huge project to put all 50-million plus of the English National Heath Service patient records onto a giant computerised database.
It’s costing £6 billion, the biggest ever attempted in Britain. It could transform the way healthcare is delivered. It could be a horribly expensive damp squib. Which way will it go?
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