General Practitioners in UK are benefited from GP-to-GP data transfer system, according to a new survey conducted for InPS (which supplies Windows-based clinical systems for Primary Care). The survey also highlighted GPs’ caution over how Practice Based Commissioning will work and its effect on Practice finances, as it rolls out in England in 2006. It showed many GPs welcome plans enabling pharmacists to handle non-critical patient consultations, so freeing up GP appointments. The online survey, done in March, targeted GPs in practices across the UK, with a total of 390 responses.

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