More delays, cost overruns hit Vancouver electronic health project
The largest information technology project in B.C. government history, intended to handle the records of more than one million Vancouver-area medical patients, is again beset by delays, has ballooned massively over-budget, and is now eating up money that should be used for front-line health care services. Health Minister Adrian Dix said he's so worried about the problems with the Clinical Systems Transformation Project that he's called in the former London Drugs CEO, Wynne Powell, who helped the Fraser Health Authority during a leadership crisis in 2014.
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