Failing IT infrastructure is undermining safe health care in the National Health Service

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In an article published in The BMJ, Joe Zhang at Imperial College London and colleagues point to a recent 10 day IT system outage at one of the largest hospital trusts in the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) and warn that increasing digital transformation “means such failures are no longer mere inconvenience but fundamentally affect our ability to deliver safe and effective care.”

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