CQRS training starts
The first phase of training for the new Calculating Quality Reporting Service began today.
Care.data extract needs explanation
A request to take a massive new data extract from GP practices can proceed, but a clear explanation is first required of why the data is needed and how it will be used, an independent advisory group has said.
GPs can refuse data extract
GPs will decide whether a massive new dataset can be regularly extracted from their practices.
First GPES customer announced
The Learning Disabilities Observatory will be the first customer of the General Practice Extraction Service.
GPs say yay or nay to GPES
GP practices will use a new website to say yes or no to GP Extraction Service customer requests.
GPES reaches more milestones
The General Practice Extraction Service Independent Advisory Group has approved its first data extract request.
GPES secures final system supplier
The General Practice Extraction Service has 54 potential customers and expects to have all GP systems suppliers signed up to the service from next week.
Serougi to head GPES advisory board
A chair has been appointed to the GPES Independent Advisory Group, which is expected to review at least three requests for data extraction at its first meeting in May.
One supplier to go for GPES
The NHS Information Centre appears to be on the verge of having all the major GP clinical systems suppliers signed up to the General Practice Extraction Service.
GPES caught up in Whitehall review
The proposed GP data extraction service is awaiting a decision on its future funding as the coalition government carries out a review of arms length bodies. The Conservative-Liberal Democrat government has set up an Efficiency and Reform Group to make sure savings across Whitehall and arms length bodies happen quickly. Other bodies subject to review include […]