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Key topics include: IT systems, Choose and Book, Patient records, Data validation, Electronic Transfer of Prescriptions (ETP), Informatics
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Is your practice ready to respond to a cyberattack?

Tuesday 14th November 2017

One in 4 (23%) of healthcare IT professionals in the UK revealed that they do not think their organisation will be able to deal with cyberattacks, a new report by Infoblox has shown.

About 305 healthcare IT professionals in the UK and US (152 and 153 respectively in each region) took part in an online survey, which was conducted by the polling company Censuswide.

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Mon, 3 Dec 2007
Government's plans to put 50 million NHS patients' medical records on an electronic database in danger of being boycotted by two-thirds of GPs
Tue, 20 Nov 2007
Report shows more than half of GPs fear electronic database of patient records would not remain confidential
Mon, 19 Nov 2007
Keynote speeches from international summit on shaping the future of the NHS to be shown live online
Fri, 9 Nov 2007
Awards have recognised Mike Bainbridge as an individual who has made outstanding contribution to promoting healthcare ICT
Tue, 6 Nov 2007
NHS Connecting for Health praises collaborative effort as it announces new uptake for electronic record tranfers
Thu, 1 Nov 2007
The Birmingham Management in Practice Event featured an array of primary care speakers and providers. It also provided protected time for practice managers to consider the direction of their profession in a galvanising panel session, in which delegates asked: do we have enough of a voice? Should there be a standardised job description for practice management? And much more …
Thu, 1 Nov 2007
Dr Kieran Sweeney argues that we’re only just beginning to see the effects of recent policy changes to general practice, which could radically alter the course of primary care over the next few years. Here, he looks at three areas of policy – the Quality and Outcomes Framework, practice-based commissioning and Choose and Book – and considers how they signal what is to come