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Jackie Baillie, public health spokeswoman for Scottish Labour, said: "The timing of this departure clearly will cause concerns.It is absolutely imperative that the Scottish Government gets a grip on this."This IT project is tens of millions of pounds over budget and has been beset with problems and has had a number of different managers." His decision to quit has emerged just three weeks after he was grilled at the public audit committee of the Scottish Parliament about the IT fiasco.Spending watchdog Audit Scotland has already raised concerns that the personnel directly overseeing the project - known as the Future Programme - changed five times in five years.THE new chief executive of beleaguered phone line NHS 24 has quit his post only six months after his appointment.Ian Crichton, who was brought in to support the service after a major new IT system hit multiple delays and ran more than £40 million over budget, is taking a new job in the private sector.
He was moved from NHS National Services Scotland which supports health boards with administrative jobs such as procurement.
At the time the Scottish Government said the recruitment process for a new head of NHS 24 was underway and the role would be advertised in early September.
No mention has been made of a replacement for Mr Crichton.
Under Mr Crichton the new technology was launched for the first time at the end of October but staff were told to use pens and paper after one hour amid concerns patient safety was at risk.
In November the technology went live again, this time for 10 days.