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Les Hatton

2005k

Avoiding expensive IT project and product failures in 21st century Healthcare

Invited talk, CPD4IT, Royal College of Pathologists, July 2005CPD4IT_July2005.pdf

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Synopsis Invited Feedback Importance (/10, author rated :-) )
Makes the point that expensive IT project and product failures are largely avoidable and gives some forensic pointers to achieve this.

Nothing new but placed in a context to help clinicians understand that IT systems can never be perfect and also why efforts to computerise often fail at least partially.

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