[Histonet] Carter Review

From:"Kemlo Rogerson"

Subsequent to the Carter Review I wonder what the perception of Brits is
to its effects, if any.

It makes heavy play of managed networks and alludes to pilot Sites; my
question is simple (in keeping with my intellect). Does Carter assume
that his recommendations start at Trust level or at managed network
level? If it assumes networks are not inplace then the pilot Sites I
assume must be looking at their birth, but if the Review assumes that
they are in place then the pilot Sites will be the managed network not
the Trust.

What do you think? Those with networks may have a different opinion than
those of us devoid of them at the moment; I know the Sites don't know
either, do they? 

Kemlo Rogerson
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