Cookie policy notice

By continuing to use this site you agree to our cookies policy below:
Since 26 May 2011, the law now states that cookies on websites can ony be used with your specific consent. Cookies allow us to ensure that you enjoy the best browsing experience.

This site is intended for health professionals only

At the heart of general practice since 1960

PCTs 'undermining quality framework'

Dr Jim Lee's practice this week became the first to link up with the spine of the new national care record system.

Dr Lee said the practice in Batley, West Yorkshire, wanted to get involved with the National Programme for IT because it needed to replace its Torex system.

But it was surprised to be chosen by local service provider Accenture as 'a pioneer' for the care record.

He said: 'When we agreed to take part we knew we would be part of the first wave in the area, but we didn't know we would be such pioneers. I suppose somebody has to be first.' Dr Lee said there had been a few 'glitches', but he was happy with the system.

Rate this article 

Click to rate

  • 1 star out of 5
  • 2 stars out of 5
  • 3 stars out of 5
  • 4 stars out of 5
  • 5 stars out of 5

0 out of 5 stars

Have your say