National press follows up Computer Weekly's article on National Programme for IT incidents

A front page article in Computer Weekly this week [8 May 2007] has been followed up by some national newspapers and the BBC:

The Times “Hospitals suffer ‘serious’ IT failures”

Daily Mail “£12bn NHS IT system creates hundreds of inaccurate records every day”

Daily Telegraph “Hospitals suffer in computer fiasco”

The Guardian “Records hit by NHS computer error”

BBC online “NHS computer hit by fresh glitch”

Related articles:

1) Duplicate patient records on Choose and Book, 200 major incidents in four months, and unnecessary NPfIT secrecy

2) Duplicate patient records in Manchester – the risks and how it happened

3) Is government trying to control information on problems after NPfIT go- lives?

4) Some examples of “Major Incidents“.

5) Connecting for Health attacks NHS users over reporting of major incidents