Andrew Murrison

From Nhs It Info

(Westbury, Conservative)

Parliamentary Question (23 Feb 2004)

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"To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will make a statement on progress towards meeting the NHS Plan target for the electronic transmission of prescriptions."

Parliamentary Question (24 May 2004)

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"To ask the Secretary of State for Health what funds will be made available to (a) strategic health authorities and (b) primary care trusts to cover the costs of (i) training clinical staff to use new IT systems as part of the National Programme for IT rollout and (ii) covering for clinical staff while they are training."

Parliamentary Question (8 Nov 2004)

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"To ask the Secretary of State for Health what steps he has taken (a) to promote public awareness that patient data will be held centrally under the National Programme for IT in the NHS and (b) to ensure that patients are aware of their ability to opt out of centrally held databases in the NHS."

Parliamentary Question (9 Nov 2004)

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"To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will place in the Library copies of the minutes of meetings of the board of the national programme for IT in the NHS."

House of Commons (11 Nov 2004)

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"We all agree that better IT is needed in the NHS, but we are perhaps at risk of indulging in some "group think". We are committed to a greater or lesser extent to that approach, so we are not prepared to think of alternatives. The predecessor programme—information for health—was bottom up, rather than top down, and we have perhaps lost some of the good points of that earlier proposal. I very much hope that Ministers will listen to GPs, who feel very badly let down, especially in relation to EMIS."

Parliamentary Question (21 Dec 2004)

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"To ask the Secretary of State for Health when the Information Management Security Forum of the National Programme for IT last met; how often it has met since its inception; what its current membership is; and what outcomes it has produced."

Parliamentary Question (21 Dec 2004)

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"To ask the Secretary of State for Health what research his Department has conducted on the legal implications of electronic clinical records."

Parliamentary Question (21 Dec 2004)

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"To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will make a statement on the incorporation of implied consent into the National Programme for IT in the NHS."

House of Commons (18 Jan 2005)

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"The director general of the national programme for IT in the NHS is reported as saying that the Government's blueprint for NPfIT had no engineering basis and had to be reverse engineered. Given that NPfIT will cost £300,000 per doctor over 10 years, can the Minister justify the appalling progress on electronic booking? Why is there so much residual concern about the security of electronically held medical records? In retrospect, would not it have been wiser, in all candour, to engage GPs fully from the start in the process? Would not it have been better to utilise existing processes such as EMIS, in which doctors truly have confidence?"

Westminster Hall Debate (8 Feb 2005)

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"I take the Minister back a couple of moments to choose and book. Does he share the view of the National Audit Office that, to use his words, there is not a cat in hell's chance of choose and book being up and running by the end of this year, as previously envisaged by the Secretary of State?"

Parliamentary Question (17 Mar 2005)

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"To ask the Secretary of State for Health what estimates his Department has made of the capital and revenue costs of Patient Archiving and Communication systems for each NHS Trust in England and Wales over the next 10 years."

Parliamentary Question (11 Jul 2005)

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"To ask the Secretary of State for Health what instructions have been issued by Connecting for Health to suppliers to develop stand alone versions of their application which are not reliant on the NHS data spine; and for what reasons."

Westminster Hall Debate (8 Feb 2006)

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"We understand that NPfIT will deliver two things: the vestigial national spine, and choose and book, yet each choice booking so far has cost £52,000. The Minister should know that GPs are thoroughly fed up at having invested in kit and training that they are now told will be redundant. Crossing their palms with silver at this late stage is a poor substitute for carrying them along from the start."

Parliamentary Question (8 Mar 2006)

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"To ask the Secretary of State for Health how much has been spent on IT for NHS dental services over the last three years in support of (a) Connecting for Health and (b) the National Programme for IT in the NHS; and what future spending is planned over the next three years."

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