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COMPUTER WORLD says....
The NHS is still set to spend nearly £600 million on Lorenzo patient record systems provided by CSC, despite the failure of the government’s National Programme for IT (NPfIT).
Senior executives from the NHS were grilled today by the parliamentary Public Accounts Committee, where chair Margaret Hodge called CSC a “rotten company” and said the Lorenzo system was “hopeless”.
She and other members of the committee expressed disbelief at the mismanagement of the CSC contract by the NHS, where it is still dishing out hundreds of millions of pounds to the company despite it having failed to deliver on a number of key targets over a ten year period
Read on: http://www.computerworlduk.com/news/public-sector/3452333/nhs-still-set-to-spend-600m-with-rotten-csc-on-hopeless-npfit-systems/