“Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said there is “no evidence” that patients have been put at risk after the NHS mislaid more than 700,000 pieces of confidential medical correspondence.
Up to five years’ worth of documents were not delivered after being mistakenly left in an NHS England warehouse run by private company NHS Shared Business Services (SBS).”
Jacky Davis @DrJackyDavis 15h15 hours ago
Private sector fails but the #NHS gets the blame. Stop private companies using NHS logo, we deserve transparency
Private NHS Contractor Loses 700 000 Medically Sensitive documents
The 700 000 pieces of medical correspondence were not delivered after errors by a contractor, NHS Shared Business Services (SBS), meant they were sent to a warehouse instead, the newspaper said. The company is owned by the Department of Health and Sopra Steria, a French firm.”