Department of Health launches NHSX to lead on NHS IT

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NHSX will report to the health secretary and oversee the work of NHS Digital and NHS Improvement

Health secretary Matt Hancock has announced NHSX, an organisation intended to oversee and help develop IT within the NHS. The new organisation will set national policy and set best practice for ...

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