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The system automatically logs the practice at Level 1 because of the non-involvement of the doctors. However, we can use the further facilities of the GPIMMCAPA to make recommendations for practice improvement. 30 • Building an Electronic Disease Register The report produced by entering 'Produce Report' gives the key tasks to be carried out in order to improve information maturity. Each level of the GPIMM requires a major change in working practices. It is generally recommended that it should not be attempted to develop practices at a rate of more than one level per year.
Yes a No a 6 b) Has any required remedial training been carried out? Yes No Not required Risk 7: Failure to implement common coding policy 7 a) Have all staff agreed to use a common coding policy across the practice? Yes No 7 b) Have all staff been trained to use a common coding policy across the practice? Yes No 50 • Building an Electronic Disease Register 7 c) Has a monitoring procedure been introduced to validate the use of a common coding policy across the practice? Yes a NO a 7 d) Have all staff agreed to use a common coding policy across the PCG?
In the past audits have been performed at practice level using search facilities on the practice computer system, with the results usually being transferred to paper forms which are forwarded to the health authority or MAAG. In the future this method is likely to be superseded by the use of remote extraction of the data (with appropriate safeguards) across the NHSNet directly to the agencies requiring the data. The vision outlined in Information for Health' (the NHS plan for IT implementation) is ambitious and is expected to produce an electronic health record (EHR) available to clinicians.