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Paperless podiatry service in North London

In January this year Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, said the NHS should go paperless by 2018 to save billions of pounds, improve services and help meet the challenges of an ageing population. Last month he led a panel discussion on … Read more → – Paperless podiatry service in North London

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Help analysing Choose and Book appointment cancellations

Following a large number of enquiries relating to analysing appointment cancellations, the Choose and Book team has put together a document and a simple database that may be of help. For any further queries, please contact the Choose and Book … Read more → – Help analysing Choose and Book appointment cancellations

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Record number of AHP referrals via Choose and Book

GP referrals to AHP services through Choose and Book (CaB) reached an all-time high in October, with a total of 28,049 referrals.  This brings the total for the 10 months from January to more than 160,000.  Looking at the different … Read more → – Record number of AHP referrals via Choose and Book

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Choose and Book update

Latest figures show use of the Choose and Book service is continuing to grow, with 50 percent of GP to first outpatient referrals in June 2012 being carried out using the system. So far 38 million referrals to all services … Read more → – Choose and Book update

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New Choose and Book training modules online

Two new modules, ‘How Choose and Book can support commissioning organisations’ and ‘How to refer a patient in Choose and Book’ have been added to the suite of training materials on the Choose and Book website: Modules previously added to … Read more → – New Choose and Book training modules online

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