22 December 2014 17:48


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The NHS needs to get far more serious about Informatics Vs IT discussion
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http://www.snoxalls.com/hi/Qatarka10.html IT architects, information managers, applications, and IT operations and infrastructure staff add little, if any, value to most businesses. How has this come about and what do 21st organizations do instead?

What is the difference?

CertaCitrus 140 weeks ago

Role of IT staff is to support all NHS staff in their daily work

Role of health informatics is to support organisations delivering healthcare to patients, in particular healthcare professionals?


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