Eight in ten NHS desktops still on XP
Microsoft’s decision to end support for Windows XP in April next year looks set to cause significant problems for the NHS, with a major new EHI Intelligence report finding that 85% of desktops are still using the obsolete OS.
Another view: of the future
GP Neil Paul has been interviewing for an IT manager for his local CCG. Candidates need to think more radically as initiatives like patient downloads of care.data come into view, he suggests.
From the Heart and Chest
What do David Bowie and weaning the NHS off Windows XP have in common? Johan Waktare, a consultant leading on an electronic patient record deployment in Liverpool, has the answer…