Steps large and small on UK’s meandering path to digital healthcare
This article was originally published in Clinica
History may recall this week as being one of major, if understated, significance for UK healthcare delivery. Leaving aside the replacement of health secretary Andrew Lansley, in the role as shadow and cabinet minister for seven unbroken years, by Jeremy Hunt, some progress has been made in the NHS’ long and troubled journey towards digital healthcare integration.
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