Only 4% of UK hospitals safe from millennium bug
This article was originally published in Clinica
The vast majority of UK hospitals face some risks of material disruption from the Y2K software bug, according to the latest self-assessment figures from the UK Department of Health. However, all of them have prepared an approved contingency plan for coping safely with any problems caused by the bug on January 1 2000, it claims.
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