Whitchurch Village Practice Consultation Statistics. Whitchurch Village Practice. Practice performance On a regular basis we receive monitoring reports to measure how the practice has performed against targets set by governing bodies. The table below demonstrates the latest results.
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On a regular basis we receive monitoring reports to measure how the practice has performed against targets set by governing bodies. The table below demonstrates the latest results .
Quarter scores for
Practice Score Dec = 26
(Joint 4th in Cardiff)
Maximum Score = 32
Cardiff LHB Score = 16
The prescribing team in Cardiff LHB annually review practice prescribing.
Medicine management targets are agreed.
Quarterly scores for practices are released.
Our web site is very informative and details lots of useful aspects of the practice, such as:
The practice is committed to on-going training and continues to buy into the Local Health Board protected learning initiative.
Seminars that have been attended are
The doctors and nurse team attend regular clinical update courses.
As a practice we have continued to support many charities throughout the year.
Warfarin monitoring – with the use of our Coaguchek monitor and the INR* software the clinicians are equipped to locally test patients, which is a convenient alternative to a hospital based anticoagulation clinic
Teledermatology – this service provides support for GPs to diagnose and mange patients with skin complaints. The practice has a configured digital camera which is used during a consultation to photograph the skin condition. These images along with a brief history of the patient’s problem are e-mailed directly to a Consultant Dermatologist for analysis. This procedure provides a fast and efficient service.
Automated Patient Check-in (APC) – the system allows patients to check themselves in for an appointment. Using the touch screen, patients simply enter whether they are male or female along with their day and month of birth. The APC recognises the patient that has arrived and notifies the EMIS system and confirms the name of the nurse or doctor and appointment time on the screen.
As a result of the survey that was conducted last year and the training courses attended a work schedule was compiled to address disability Access.
Work that has been carried out so far has included :-