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Evaluation of SCR to cost £1m

9th April 2010

University College London is set to be paid almost £1m for its evaluations of the Summary Care Record and HealthSpace.

In a written answer in response to a question from Conservative health spokesman Stephen O’Brien, health minister Mike O’Brien said the cost of the first study into the SCR’s pilot sites was £272,000. Further work cost £723,400. The ethnographic study by a team led by Professor Trisha Greenhalgh highlighted a “gap” between the assumptions made about the SCR and its use in practice and confusion over the SCR’s consent model.

 

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Title: Evaluation of SCR to cost £1m
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 14599
Date Added: 9th Apr 2010

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