It’s a powerful concept; if it wasn’t such a foolish one.  When they could be taking that cash and, putting back into the NHS to assist with a patients recuperation, decent employees and manpower.

A lot of that money will be exhausted on methods that will let hospitals, GP surgeries and out of hours doctors to share and retrieve  patients electronic medical records.  Jeez, what did they do in the 1960s, dispatch it by carrier pigeon?

I comprehend the idea of hospitals and doctors wanting to keep tabs on what patients are taking when they’re admitted to the hospital and, that’s fine, but electronic prescriptions, I think that could get a little complicated and, the whole idea could after some time go wrong.


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