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Saturday 20 April 2019


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How our practice cut average appointment waiting times from two weeks to two days

Friday 22nd February 2019

Stratford Village Surgery in East London, which cares for around 10,000 patients, used to struggle to meet demand and its patients were sometimes waiting for over two weeks to be seen.
However, after introducing a new online triage system, the surgery managed to reduce average waiting times for appointments from two weeks to two days.
GP and medical director at Stratford Village Surgery Dr Bhupinder Kohli tells Management in Practice how they achieved...

Thu, 1 Mar 2007
The recent Information Management and Technology (IM&T) directed enhanced service (DES) will introduce new measures such as electronic prescribing, and will also encourage practices to store clinical data on remote servers, away from the surgery. Simon Wright looks at what’s involved, and asks whether such plans, designed to benefit practices, could create new problems
Mon, 12 Feb 2007
Patients in London can carry medical records on new smartcard
Thu, 1 Feb 2007
GP surgery in Wales using YouTube to provide advice to asthma patients
Mon, 1 Jan 2007
England is preparing for the introduction of the NHS Care Records Service. The information management and technology (IM&T) direct enhanced service (DES) for general practice is part of this preparation. Primary care consultant Kathie Applebee explains the structure of this new DES and the steps practices must take to ensure quality data administration
Fri, 1 Sep 2006
There are relatively few indicators for mental health in relation to the importance of these conditions; this reflects the complexity of mental health problems. These indicators focus on patients with serious mental illness. Jill Burke takes us through the issues of identifying patients, setting up the register and other data-quality issues that you may encounter