When it was launched in 2002, the National Programme for IT (NPfIT) in the NHS was predicted to be the world’s largest civilian IT project. Today, it is deemed to be one of the worst and most expensive contracting fiascos in the history of the public sector. It is no wonder that many of those working in the NHS do not trust technology.

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