Paper cuts: the NHS prepares to go digital

Danny Palmer
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With the NHS just four years from supposedly going paperless, Danny Palmer examines how the project is already transforming practices and whether the 2018 deadline is achievable

In an effort to improve services and cut costs, the government has set the ambitious target of switching all NHS paperwork to digital records by 2018. It would mean NHS staff move on from writing things...

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