IT faults disrupt services at four hospitals in Greater Manchester – The BMJ

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An NHS trust in Greater Manchester has apologised for ongoing technical faults with IT systems that have reportedly caused “chaos” in hospital workflows and have delayed patient services.
Northern Care Alliance NHS Trust has declared a critical incident at three hospitals—the Royal Oldham Hospital, Fairfield General Hospital in Bury, and Rochdale Infirmary—which have seen significant “disruption and instability issues” with some digital IT clinical systems that are still being investigated.
North Manchester General Hospital, which is run by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, has also been affected, as are diagnostic and …
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