HSE’s €60 million IT firm misses NHS system deadline

The IT firm working on a €60 million upgrade of the Health Service Executive (HSE) patient records systems has missed a deadline in the rollout of a similar £1 billion patient record system for the NHS in Britain.

17th April, 2010

The IT firm working on a €60 million upgrade of the Health Service Executive (HSE) patient records systems has missed a deadline in the rollout of a similar £1 billion patient record system for the NHS in Britain.

iSoft has been contracted by the HSE to install its patient records software in hospitals and clinics in Ireland, but the system has been plagued with problems. The firm is also the main software supplier to three...

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