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Nursing Technology Fund - a window of opportunity for the NHS?

By: Simon Watson, Director at Spectralink
Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014 - 09:23 GMT

Large organisations like the NHS need to improve the way in which clinicians work, and with funding available they now need to decide which digital technologies are right for them.

Imagine you’re a student nurse - what is it about your future career that you’re looking forward to? Is it delivering life-saving care to patients, or is it mountains of paperwork?

The NHS is a big organisation and yes, that means it has significant administrative hurdles to overcome. But there’s no need for clinicians to be tied up with paperwork when they should…

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