Primary Care IT is excited to announce our new tool OneContact. Created in collaboration with IatroPartners we've developed a comprehensive suite of remote monitoring and communication tools that allow quality clinical reviews to be undertaken remotely and enhance communication between patients and your surgery. Uniquely this is then able to be imported back into your native clinical system as coded data, genuinely solving a very real problem. Imagine patients having a standardised and high quality review, that allows clinicians to hone down on the most important areas quickly and only bring patients in for the elements of care that are essential. That's what OneContact delivers. As with all Primary Care IT tools this will be part of our toolset for subscribers. We are planning to offer to non-subscribers at a very accessible £200 per year. We'll be launching this in the next month, but if you want an early glimpse of this game changing resource, login to our webinar on Friday where we'll be showing this for the very first time. You can join the waiting list for this exciting tool by going to http://zc.vg/vgKG6
Primary Care Pathways is massively excited to announce it has agreed a working relationship with CEG that will allow a sharing of resources between both organisations. For 224 CEG practices, across 7 CCGs this will allow access to the Primary Care Pathways toolset and for Primary Care Pathways subscribers this will allow access to the wide suite of tools that form the CEG offering. We look forward to a productive and mutually beneficial relationship in the future.
What is OneAnalytics?
A comprehensive suite of tools designed to make the running of your surgery an absolute breeze.
- Easily see patients that need recalling for QOF.
- Identify those who are overdue blood monitoring for their medication.
- Find new patients to improve your practices prevalence and drive up practice income
- Monitor team members performance on QOF markers (where alerts have been ignored)
How can this help my PCN?
- Easily see variability between practices
- Use data to centralise recall of patients leading to efficiency savings
- Review activity data
- Identify frequent flier patients both at your practice and at A&E to plan interventions
Our resident super sleuth Jez McCole has spotted an issue with the business rules for this year's Flu Season. The code 65ED is no longer valid for claiming flu administration. Practices may have coded a few folk with 65ED (822851000000102) already. Jez has uploaded a search which will show you who and the attached protocol can be used, if you choose, against those patients to reference the new code (65ED4, 985151000000100). That will be dated the DAY you batch run the protocol but the associated text will reference the information of the actual vaccine date. These are all found on the EMIS Users FB page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1554447768213667/?ref=share
We are delighted to have been shortlisted for technology provider of the year at this year's General Practice Awards Ceremony. Thank you to everybody who voted for us!