Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Credit where due

Nice to see some good use of government technology:
The government has invested £40,000 in the National Cot Locator computer programme to show which hospitals in England have cots available at any given time. Some 40 neonatal intensive care units in England will be covered by the system. The system will enable clinicians and nurses to call a central helpline to receive up to date information about the availability of cots. Until now, staff have had to call various hospitals to hunt for a cot - which costs time and potentially lives.

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