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NHS records boss to quit

18th June 2007

The man heading the £12bn programme to develop an electronic patient record system for the NHS is to leave his job in October.

Richard Granger, 42, says he will have fulfilled the five years he originally said he would devote to the project with “most of the building blocks are now in place?, adding that the decision was personal and will allow him more time with his family.

The new NHS system that has been surrounded by controversy and is running about two years late but Mr Granger can say it remains on budget with large amounts of the infrastructure in place.

 

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Article Information

Title: NHS records boss to quit
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 3164
Date Added: 18th Jun 2007

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