May 10, 2011 —
Pricare gives you access to a full suite of training materials, user guides, handouts and lesson plans with actual screenshots to enable you to train yourself on all major clinical systems, or to design and provide your own in house training for staff.
May 30, 2013 —
The first exchange of clinical information between TPP’s SystmOne and Emis Web is being piloted in London next month.
The pilot uses the Medical Interoperability Gateway - a secure gateway to exchange clinical data, which meets the NHS Interoperability Toolkit and HL7 interoperability standards.
The MIG was developed by Healthcare Gateway, a joint venture between GP system suppliers Emis and INPS. TPP announced that it would integrate with the MIG in January.
May 30, 2013 —
The Department of Health has tendered for a new GP Systems of Choice framework worth up to £1.2 billion over two years.
GPSoC is a framework contract which funds GP IT systems for more than 80% of practices in England.
The framework expired in March, but an extension has been agreed until a new contract is in place, which is expected to be by end of this year.
The tender is split into three lots.
The first, ‘GP clinical IT systems and subsidiary modules’, will be centrally funded and is worth between £300m – £770m.
April 11, 2013 —
New videos added and existing ones updated. We have also added a range of handouts and crib sheets to the Community area. New TPP SystmOne GP eLearning videos coming soon...
Current list of videos are as follows (remember you can request eLearning videos from us):-
Opening and Closing a Patient Record
Configuring the F8 Home Screen - Adding Quick Jump Buttons Interactive
Register a New Patient and add a Referral In
Checking for Past Contacts with a New Patient
Clinical Data Entry
Adding and Personalising a Care Plan
Outcoming visits and Adding Activities
Using Clinical Templates and Assessments
Adding a Consultation to the patient record
Creating a New Caseload
Moving Patients Between Caseloads
Referring Patients to Other Services using SystmOne
Ending a Referral
Appointments and Visits
Monthly Planner - Assigning Visits
Booking an Appointment
Cancelling an Rebooking an Appointment
Changing the Status of an Appointment
Adding a patient to a Waiting List
Creating a Rota Template
Applying a Rota Template
Creating your own Reports and Searches
Joining Clinical Reports
Creating advanced reports and searching for numeric entries
Super Users/System Administrators
Creating a New User
Adding Staff Leave
Customising the Clinical Tree
April 11, 2013 —
Story from EHI - head on over to comment
When health secretary Jeremy Hunt makes speeches about his desire to see a paperless NHS by 2018, he likes to joke that his advisors have applauded him for his “brave” vision.
Ever since ‘Yes, Minister’ aired in the early 1980s, this has been taken as code for a minister doing something that his aides think deeply misguided and sure to end in tears.
March 20, 2013 —
EMIS and TPP are working on a data-sharing agreement to allow clinicians to see information held in each other’s systems.
The GP IT companies plan to deliver one-to-one local health community data-sharing for clinical commissioning group areas using both EMIS and TPP systems.
January 4, 2013 —
GPOnline today reports that a new scheme in Worcestershire which sees GPs working in hours with 999 teams has cut hospital admissions by a whopping 75%, saving the trust thousands of pounds.
The scheme runs in partnership with three CGGs and aims to treat patients in their own homes, saving £2000 per admission.
This has seen an increase to 86% from 37% of patients receiving this type of care.
December 18, 2012 —
The NHS Commissioning Board has today announced that there will be a completely paperless referrals system in place by 2015 – good news for Choose and Book fans and community services going through AQP.
In October, Tim Kelsey said that there would be no more “referral letters or lost records because we won’t have paper anymore in the health service”, a comment that was at first misquoted by some news websites.