Inclusion and equal access are top priority
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Inclusion and equal access are top priority

Wendy Johnson Matron, General hospital

We need to be able to walk before we run when it comes to government’s plans for a digital NHS

Health and social care secretary Jeremy Hunt gave a speech to an NHS conference where he talked about plans to bring the NHS into the digital age. Under the proposals, patients will be able to view their medical records 24/7, book a GP appointment and order a repeat prescription for England on their phone or online by the end of June 2018.

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