VILNIUS - The Lithuanian government's urgent action to resolve the e-health system crisis should focus not only on data recovery, but also on ensuring patients' access to public services, President Gitanas Nauseda said on Monday.
E-health, the largest and most complex of the systems run by the Center of Registers, has been down for a week after the center's server room was flooded by a burst water pipe on July 20.
"The flooding of the Center of Registers' servers has revealed failure by public institutions to take suffic...
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