From the Bureau Editor
Wednesday March 29
Here’s something to cheer you up on a day when public satisfaction with the NHS drops to an all time low - a very special offer to Bureau readers – the opportunity to get Paperwork Happy, free for life!
When we launched Bureau a few years ago we had no idea it would grow into a community of thousands of avid early morning readers – thank you so much to you all for travelling the journey and for the daily, and much valued feedback!
Some of you will know my Salix co-founder, Sarah, took a secondment last June to head up a fabulous new app, fyio, that is suddenly grabbing headlines.
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If, like me, you’re a bit too entrenched in your existing filing habits to change, do encourage your offspring to sign up – it’s been designed for them. Don’t be confused by the dopamine pops – this is an app on a serious mission to help our younger generation avoid being part of the £50 billion black hole in the UK alone due to lost and forgotten paperwork.
fyio is a gorgeous app and free for life to you and yours if you sign up using code: bureau before midnight THIS FRIDAY! Simply search fyio (happy document storage) on the app stores.
Angus Wrixon Editor
NHS Policy / Performance / Service redesign / £
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