Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust saves £1.2m with digital pens

Sooraj Shah
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The pens also enhance data quality

Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust has signed a four-year contract with Destiny Wireless to use digital pens that the trust believes will save it £1.2m as a result of requiring fewer administrative...

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