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A Survey of GP practice computing

Great Britain. Department of Health. Statistics and Management Information Division.

A Survey of GP practice computing

March/April1990

by Great Britain. Department of Health. Statistics and Management Information Division.

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Published by Department of Health Information Division in Stanmore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared by the Government Statistical Services.
SeriesStatistical bulletin -- 4(7)90
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15371928M
ISBN 101851975195
OCLC/WorldCa59999742

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Changes in GP practice size 7 Changes in GP practice characteristics 11 Practice size and population, practice and local area characteristics 13 Summary 16 3. Practice Size and Quality and Outcomes Framework Scores 18 Differences in QOF scores, by practice size 19 Practice size and QOF scores: multivariate analysis 20File Size: KB. A survey of validity and utility of electronic patient records in a general practice. British Medical Journal ; – de Lusignan S, Wells S, Russell : Simon de Lusignan.

If you want any more help, please feel free to give me a call. I was a GP Practice Manager in a previous life and can probably point you in the general direction! .   Origins. The first British general practitioner to use a computer in his consulting room was John Preece at Whipton near Exeter in 11,12 In the health centre at Ottery St Mary, also near Exeter, became the world's first paperless general practice. 13 For a few years in the late s, the Ottery system was fully integrated with the local hospital, allowing general practitioners and Cited by:


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Practice managers often have questions about premises and how to get the most out of them. As the survey was targeted at work in the practice it excludes work done elsewhere as well as any work identified as out-of-hours (OOH) not relating to the GMS/PMS/ PCTMS practice contract.

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