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EMIS surveys 300k GP patients on NHS privatisation and paying to skip queue

Monday 8th October 2018

NHS IT system provider EMIS Health has sent out a survey to 300,000 GP patients asking whether they would consider paying to see their GP more quickly.
 
In a survey that was sent out earlier this week to patients, EMIS also asks whether patients would like to see the NHS privatised.
 
The survey was sent from Patient Access - EMIS Health’s website that allows patients to book GP appointments, order repeat prescriptions and view their medical...

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