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CfH underspend revealed

17th July 2008

Figures show that the slow pace of care records implementations led to NHS Connecting for Health underspending on both capital and revenue in the last financial year.

The agency spent £668m on capital work in 2007/08, £229m less than the £915m budgeted for the year. The £507m spent on revenue was £100m short of the budget. The details were given by health minister Ben Bradshaw in a written parliamentary answer. The figures cover the National Programme for IT in the NHS and CfH’s business costs.

 

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