Northern Ireland spends millions on health IT
Northern Ireland's Department of Health is set to embark on a multi-million pound investment in new IT systems. Hewlett-Packard has been awarded the contract to modernize technology controlling hospital patient administration in the country. Health Minister Michael McGimpsey told BBC News health and social care relied on information technology "to provide an efficient and effective business."
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