Hospitals and doctors' surgeries have been counting the cost of Friday's cyber attack which knocked out some of their computer systems.
72 hours later, the impact is still being felt - with routine operations postponed and some GPs unable to carry out non emergency appointments.
Fears of a second attack proved unfounded, but IT experts are warning of further threats in the future.
Experts have vowed to track down the criminals responsible for the global cyber attack that brought parts of the NHS to a standstill.
The full scale of the global cyber attack that caused mass NHS disruption may only become apparent when people return to work on Monday.
Hospitals across our region say they are getting back to normal after a massive cyber attack disabled their computers.