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Death, taxes and childbirth

“Death, taxes and childbirth! There’s never any convenient time for any of them.” Margaret Mitchell – Gone With the Wind, 1936 Having recently lost my father bought into sharp focus the inconvenience of the attending bureaucracy required and reconfirmed our passion to address the unnecessary time, costs and inconvenience of the current paper-based process for […]

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Health, Wealth & Happiness

Good day at the Business Cloud Summit 2010 yesterday participating on the panel analysing the rights and wrongs of the NHS IT strategy and potential of Cloud Computing given current economic conditions. Barry Evans, John Cruickshank, Graham Sadd and Gary Flood provide 'A Cloudy Health Check' As 'Business' is in the title I was not surprised […]

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NHS promises to ‘put data in hand of patients’

The Government published a White Paper this week Equity and excellence: Liberating the NHS promising a 'Choice and Information Revolution' for patients. This is a great start to adopting the principles of TRM (Trusted Relationship Management) throughout government, central and local, enabling citizens access and input into their personal information BUT the concerns about privacy […]

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Simply not acceptable.

Just in case you are still sitting on the fence about how to vote today, here is an extract from an article on mycustomer.com which trashes all of the present governments promises about respect for individuals privacy. As patients medical information go online, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has revealed that the NHS is responsible for […]

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