The National Programme for IT in the NHS an Update on the Delivery of Detailed Care Records Systems
The national programme for it in the nhs: an update on the delivery of detailed care records systems by Great Britain. National Audit Office The rate at which electronic care records systems are being put in place across the NHS under the National Programme for IT is falling far below expectations and the core aim that every patient should.... Published date on: 2011 with total page: 43 pages. Publisher of The National Programme for IT in the NHS: an Update on the Delivery of Detailed Care Recor
The rate at which electronic care records systems are being put in place across the NHS under the National Programme for IT is falling far below expectations and the core aim that every patient should have an electronic care record under the Programme will not now be achieved. Even where systems have been delivered, they are not yet able to do everything that the Department intended, especially in acute trusts. Moreover, the number of systems to be delivered through the Programme has been significantly reduced, without a commensurate reduction in the cost. This report concludes that the £2.7 billion spent so far on care records systems does not represent value for money. And the NAO has no grounds for confidence that the remaining planned spending of £4.3 billion on care records systems will be any different. The systems the Department contracted its suppliers, BT and CSC, to deliver by 2010 are now not all expected to be in place until 2015-16. Progress in delivering care records systems varies dramatically between regions. And where care records systems are in place, they are not yet delivering what the Department had expected. In acute trusts, the systems are mainly providing administrative benefits, rather than the expected clinical ones, such as prescribing and administering drugs in hospitals. The Department has now moved away from its intention to replace systems wholesale, instead, building on and using trusts' existing systems. To do this will cost at least £220 million to get the systems to work together.
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