Building Better Healthcare: 1st February 2016
The recent scare over contaminated surgical implants in healthcare, as well as the VW emissions crisis, have stressed the urgent need for track-and-trace capability in the NHS.
So what have these two stories, dominating the headlines, highlighted for our healthcare sector? Both failings have a serious effect on public safety, and as such provide valuable lessons for the NHS. Nicola Hall, managing director at Ingenica Solutions, explains why she feels track-and-trace has become more urgent and necessary in light of these recent scandals.
You can read the full article on Building Better Healthcare website; Comment – The urgent need for track-and-trace capability in the NHS
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