The Department of Health has published its long-awaited Health Informatics Review.
I haven’t read it yet apart from the opening pages. The second page summary of “action required” is a little disconcerting . It says:
“Action required – Health Informatics Review to continue engagement with NHS and key stakeholders.”
Is this that the only action required – vague as it is – after such a major review? Are there recommendations which can be measured as carried out or not? Or is the document mainly aspirational? Someone once said that hope is a wish that the feeling you have isn’t permanent.
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I hope to have to have a fuller review of the review shortly.