GPs get £80k to summarise records

April 2003
Pulse;4/21/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 16, p6
Describes a scheme designed to encourage physicians to include clinical summaries to their patient's record in Great Britain. Role of the scheme in helping physicians tackle backlogs; Incentives for physicians able to provide patient record summaries; Reference to the experience of general practitioner Kandiah Rajah.


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