General Practice Extraction Service
The General practice Extraction Service (GPES) is a centrally managed primary care data extraction service that extracts information from GP IT systems for a range of purposes at a national level. It also forms part of the new process to provide payments to GPs and clinical commissioning groups (CCGs). GPES is of vital strategic importance and plays an essential role in the NHS's information needs
The General practice Extraction Service (GPES) is a centrally managed primary care data extraction service that will, for the first time, extract information from GP IT systems for a range of purposes at a national level.
How will it work?
GPES is the only national means of extracting primary care data from general practice systems.It comprises two main parts and is being delivered by a number of IT services organisations. ATOS have been awarded the contract to provide the tool that will produce the extract queries, whilst the extractions themselves will be conducted by the GP practice system suppliers - EMIS .
Why is GPES being developed?
GP patient records are the most complete record of a patient's health within the NHS. They contain a wealth of information about patient care and provide a vital insight into the nation's health. GP patient records are currently extracted using a variety of systems that are both technically complex and resource intensive. GPES will resolve this issue by centralising the data query and extraction services, removing the complex scheduling processes and reducing the burden on practice staff.
By improving access to primary care data for the NHS and other approved organisations, GPES will support a diverse range of services and initiatives that aim to improve the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of illness.
GPES has the potential to improve patient care by coordinating a standardised picture of information from GP clinical systems across England. By making this information available to the NHS and other approved organisations GPES will support a diverse range of services and initiatives that aim to improve the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of illness.
Potential patient benefits include:
· improving the screening of patients for serious conditions and therefore enabling treatments to be delivered quicker and more efficiently
· better patient safety
· better visibility of major public health issues (e.g. enabling the NHS to monitor flu outbreaks and deliver services where they are needed); and
· a greater insight into the uptake of vital medicines.
DNA's - Did not attend
Danson Family practice prides itself on providing our patients with good and rapid access to appointments.
Over the last few months it has been noted that a small proportion of patients are booking appointments but not attending.
The vast majority of patients are excellent at keeping their appointments. However there is a significant minority of patients that do not attend (DNA)
How to manage your appointment.
When you book your appointment please make it on a day and time that you will be able to attend.
Make a note of the date and time in your diary, calendar, or somewhere.
If you are held up or unable to attend then phone and cancel or re-book the appointment.
We offer a text message reminder service. Please provide an up to date mobile number.
Many thanks for your help with this
Children under 5 will be offered a same day consultation for an acute problem. This may be a telephone or face to face appointment.
The practice will be closed for staff training on the following dates:-
Thursday 22 June 1.00pm and reopen Friday 23 June 8.00am
Thursday 6 July 1.00pm and reopen Friday 7 July 8.00am
Thursday 10 August 1.00pm and reopen Friday 11 August 8.00am
Thursday 14 September 1.00pm and reopen Friday 15 September 8.00am
Thursday 12 October 1.00pm and reopen Friday 13 October 8.00am
Thursday 16 November 1.00pm and reopen Friday 17 November 8.00am
Thursday 14 December 1.00pm and reopen Friday 15 December 8.00am
Download a copy of the practice leaftlet. Practice Leaflet
GP Earnings Information
All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working
to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay for GPs working in Danson Family Practice in the last financial year was
£97,885.00 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 2 full time GPs
who worked in the practice for more than six months.