Tag: GP2GP

Importing GP2GP recalls in MedTech32

Patient recall information can now be included in all GP2GP transfers

With the release of Medtech32 Version 22.17 and Medtech Evolution Version 1.14 earlier this year, changes were made to the GP2GP Patient Record Import and Export function to allow users to transfer a patient’s recalls with the rest of the medical record to a patient’s new provider. This functionality is already available in other Patient…
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GP2GP Reaches 1 Million Transfers Mark

In March, over a million file transfers were completed since GP2GP (General Practitioner to General Practitioner) was introduced in 2011. Impressively, over 30,000 transfer messages are transferred each month. This ambitious project was delivered by Patients First Ltd in conjunction with the Practice Management System vendors. GP2GP was a key requirement of the 2010 National…
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GP2GP A Way Forward in Australia?

Edwin Kruys has recently written a blog post outlining the GP2GP solution as a way that Australia can quickly and relatively cheaply improve doctor workflow and reduce patient safety issues when patients transfer their medical practice. Read the full post here.

GP2GP Presented to HINZ 2014 Conference

Patients First Solutions Architect Peter Jordan presented his paper investigating what the use of GP2GP shows up about patient movement between general practices to the 2014 Health Informatics New Zealand conference in Auckland. Paper Abstract The GP2GP Project, facilitating the electronic transfer of complete patient records between General Practice systems, was delivered by Patients First in…
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GP2GP Version 2 Released

GP2GP, the highly successful electronic patient file transfer utility launched by Patients First around a year ago, has just undergone it’s first major update. GP2GP transfers currently track at around 30,000 per month. Close collaboration between HealthLink, Patients First and the 4 PMS vendors, Houston, Intrahealth, Medtech and My Practice, resulted in a modified design which…
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