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NHS computers missing

10th June 2008

According to a Freedom of Information Act survey of 100 health trusts by More4 News, "tens of millions of pounds" of valuable equipment is "lost or stolen" from hospitals each year.

The survey revealed that 522 computers or laptops had gone missing since 2005. Christie Hospital in Manchester "had nine laptops, 33 computers and three personal digital assistants stolen with a total value of more than £87,000".

 

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Article Information

Title: NHS computers missing
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 7063
Date Added: 10th Jun 2008

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