Monthly Archives: May 2014

Tech fund funding and open source – help the little guy

NHS England yesterday published the details for Tech fund 2 which is supposed (amongst other things) to provide much needed money to help hospitals reduce paper and to encourage the uptake of open source solutions. That is all well and good but, due to the way the NHS is structured, this requires individual trusts to […]

Paperless NHS and Centile Charts

Yesterday I was at an NHS meeting in Cambridge where NHS England reaffirmed their commitment to having a ‘paperLite’ NHS by 2018, although they did at least admit that it was an unlikely target to hit. This struck home with the project that I was currently working on. Is it not absolutely absurd that in […]