Co-op develops triage software based on e-mail

July 2002
GP: General Practitioner;7/15/2002, p12
Reports that general practitioner (GP) co-operatives have developed a software package called Electronic Exchange of Clinical Emergency Triage (EXOCET) to ensure transfer of patient call reports from the co-operative to in-house GP's. Efficiency of sending reports using EXOCET.


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