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Test & Trace Failure: Taxpayers 'treated like ATM machine' over £37billion budget

Test & Trace Failure: Taxpayers 'treated like ATM machine' over £37billion budget

Mike Rhodes, founder of ConsultMyApp, told the Daily Express that a large part of the Test & Trace programme's failings can be put down to mismanagement of the app which forms part of the programme.

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Covid passport app: Why government cannot copy Test & Trace - 'should act as a warning'

 

Covid passport app: Why government cannot copy Test & Trace - 'should act as a warning'

The UK government is preparing for some form of Covid vaccine or antibody certification to become "a feature of our lives". Now, experts are urging the government to use the existing Test and Trace app to ensure the greatest efficacy possible - CMA's CEO, Mike Rhodes, weighs in pointing out issues on how the app was managed and designed, and what that could mean for the taxpayer.

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Vaccine passports: NHS Test & Trace was a travesty of an app, jab certificates must do better

 

Vaccine passports: NHS Test & Trace was a travesty of an app, jab certificates must do better

The renewed debate around the adoption of vaccine passports is at the forefront of the agenda for those in the travel sector, and now, publicans are being told they could be able to bar customers who haven’t had a jab or a negative Covid test. Mike Rhodes, CMA's Founder and CEO, provides his views.

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Was the Test and Trace app doomed to failure from the beginning?

Was the Test and Trace app doomed to failure from the beginning?

The Government spent £25m on the Test & Trace app, but there’s been widespread criticism of the system and its impact on the spread of the Coronavirus. Mike Rhodes of ConsultMyApp tells Health Tech World that it was doomed to failure before it started.

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Mobile app acceleration during the pandemic: Businesses must adapt or die

 

Mobile app acceleration during the pandemic: Businesses must adapt or die

For the past year, the over-riding narrative has been to stay at home and reduce in-person contact. As a result, every aspect of our lives, from work and socializing to exercising and shopping, has shifted online.

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