14th April 2020
Mindwave, how one open-source company built a successful business in the NHS?
The NHS states that open-source is a core strategy for creating better technology, which directly leads to better outcomes in the NHS and social care...Read more Read more about Mindwave, how one open-source company built a successful business in the NHS?
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