Computer Weekly was mentioned on the Today programme, BBC’s flagship radio news programme this morning for Tony Collins’s exclusive story about another potential scandal with the National Programme for IT. If you choose to click on the first link to the Today programme to listen again, you’ll need to click on the 6-30-7am link to hear the interview, which was on about 6-50am.
Our story –Patient database open to access by non-qualified NHS staff – was published on Friday and was picked up over the weekend before being featured on the Today programme this morning.
It’s also now featured on the BBC’s website – GP warning over database access.
And if you want more insight into the story then it is worth visiting Tony Collin’s blog – as he has really covered every inch of the NPfIT issue.