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What a NHS-R Community Conference it was – simply wow!

Article originally appeared on What a NHS-R Community Conference it was – simply wow! – Hutsons-hacks and was submitted by Gary Hutson – Senior Data Scientist. The NHS-R Virtual Conference concluded this week and we have had a number of excellent speakers from the Health & Social Care sector, alongside working with…

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