If patients and others are to make informed decisions, they need access to appropriate and accurate information. As part of the ‘putting patients first’ agenda, the UK’s coalition government has published a consultation document which emphasises the importance of information in delivering the health and social care agenda. The ‘Information Revolution’ paper covers the way in which information is collected, analysed and shared. Responses are invited until early 2011.
An information revolution
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