The humble barcode has been ubiquitous in retail for decades. Now the NHS is trying to use the technology to track faulty devices and improve patient safety.
A sizeable chunk of a major teaching hospital’s critical IT systems are at significant risk of failing without warning, according to its corporate risk register.
Repeated outages at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have led to a “network resilience” review and weekly meetings with senior Hewett Packard executives.
But some NHSmail services could still be experiencing delays caused by an inadvertent email to 840,000 users, and the subsequent flood of 'reply-all' emails.
In 1998, Adrian Byrne’s trust decided the future was the web. The modern world says it was right, the world of healthcare software that it was wrong. Now, he's got the private hell of deciding where to go on mobile...
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