Information Governance, Technology and Management for General Practice: a guide to staying out of trouble


    Information technology is a key tool for GP practices in providing the best possible care for their patients by having the right information at the right time in the right place. But are you and your colleagues getting the best results from your computers and the information they provide? This book will help ensure that you are. Of benefit to all those working in general practice, this clear and straightforward text sets out the pitfalls and tried and tested solutions for Information Governance, Information Technology and Information Management.Regulation and governance requirements regarding the use of clinical information and its protection are increasing.What do you need to do to comply with these requirements and avoid fines and other sanctions? How can you protect yourself against threats to your information? How do you ensure that you don't fall foul of the new regulations? Do you understand fully your duties under General Data Protection Regulation? Are you prepared for what needs to be implemented as a result of 'Caldicott 3'? This book has the answers.Written by experts in the field, this book is essential reading for all those in general practice who want to stay out of trouble and provide the highest quality care for their patients.

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    Number of Pages: 174
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781910303153
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    Listed in: General issues
    Publisher: Otmoor Publishing

    Books by Alan Gillies


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