NHS ends $1.8 billion Fujitsu health IT contract
Health Imaging News, June 10, 2008
NHS Connecting for Health, the agency in charge of England's National Program for IT in the NHS, has terminated its $1.77 billion contract with Fujitsu Services. The London-based Fujitsu has been in negotiations to "reset" its contract with the NHS to deliver IT systems to hospitals for more than a year. Despite earlier indications that progress was being made to resolve the differences between the two parties, NHS/CFH reported that they had failed to reach an agreement.
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