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Redundancies announced at Cerner UK

20th May 2009

Cerner has announced a round of redundancies of UK staff.

The cuts are based on the sharply reduced number of implementations it now expects to deliver and are likely to fall in key areas such as project implementation and customer training.

The much smaller number of NHS implementations than Cerner had previously planned are due to changes in the NHS National Programme for IT. The Cerner Millennium Care Record Software system was due to be installed at 70 NHS trusts and health communities but is now being scaled back to 41.


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Article Information

Title: Redundancies announced at Cerner UK
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 11431
Date Added: 20th May 2009



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