Below is a anonymised post based on a real-life situation:-
I am a junior doctor. I am trying to improve the working conditions in my hospital with a group of junior doctors, in order to provide better care in a more efficient manner so that we can spend more time with patients on their medical problems.
We feel that IT problems wasted a ridiculous amount of our time at work. A large part of our time is spent trying to log on to one of the many computers on each ward. Here it goes: Each member of staff has a username and password for Windows. Once you’re logged-in to Windows, anyone can access programmes for blood results, X-Rays and patient letters (through different programs which you need to log on again with different usernames and passwords) and the internet. Continue reading