Health and social care – making the digital connections

By Jos Creese, Socitm Associate Director and independent consultant. Originally published 8 November 2016, on LinkedIn.

This year the government announced that £4.2 billion will be spent on bringing the NHS into the digital age – paper free, kite-marked apps, digital records, click and collect prescriptions, free Wi-Fi in hospitals and citizen access to personal records which we can control and edit. The reality is far removed from this ambition, and the track record is littered with failed national programmes, such as Care.Data.

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Health and social care – making the digital connections