MEETINGS - The Millenium Bug: Achieving Year 2000 Compliance in Healthcare (UK) July 1998:
This article was originally published in Clinica
IBC Conferences in association with the Association of British Health-Care Industries will hold a meeting on The Millenium Bug: Achieving Year 2000 Compliance in Healthcare in London on July 14. Topics for discussion include the potential problems the bug will have on businesses and hospitals; assessing the risk and implementing a company-wide audit; problems with software and embedded chips; the legal implications of not being Y2K-compliant and how NHS supplies is dealing with the problem. For more information contact IBC in the UK. Tel: +44 171 453 5492. Fax: +44 171 636 6858.
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