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Guardian Article - Patients need access and understanding of their electronic health records Royal College of General Practitioners
 

 Sun 25 Jan 2015  

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From April 2008 it will be possible to choose the hospitals where you would like to be treated

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Remember - you can now access some services online including reviewing your appointments and being able to order repeat prescriptions. Many of our patients are also now accessing their GP-held medical records which helps them to take a more active role in their own care.


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