Most NHS IT experts and doctors want to keep the NPfIT

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Most NHS IT experts and doctors want to keep the NPfIT

Tony Collins

Most clinicians and IT managers want to keep the NHS's £12.7bn National Programme for IT [NPfIT], according to a survey published today, at the start of the Conservative Party conference.

The Tories want a major reform of the NPfIT. But the survey by Doctors.net.uk and E-Health Insider also shows that a large majority of the 1,566 clinicians and IT managers are against letting private firms, including Google and Microsoft, managing NHS patient patients.

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