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Image Gallery: IT Hall Of Shame

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The U.K. government's attempt to move to electronic health records in the mid-2000s got bogged down amid contractor conflicts and technology incompatibilities. Britain's government at one point warned that that the NHS's National Programme for IT would end up costing more than $55 billion--a whopping $26 billion over budget. The project continues to limp along.

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