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CRS unable to cope with superbugs

14th August 2008

Buckinghamshire Hospitals NHS Trust has revealed how it was forced to develop workarounds for isolating MRSA patients after Cerner's Millennium care records system was unable to cope with its superbug monitoring system.

Details contained in trust board minutes say that infection control flagging had been a problem throughout 2007 and that the introduction of the care records system on the Wycombe and Amersham sites presented "some challenges for the infection control team." The problem was resolved by April this year.

 

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Title: CRS unable to cope with superbugs
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 7876
Date Added: 14th Aug 2008

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