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This session provides delegates with an understanding of how Correspondence Management can improve the patient journey and help their Practice manage workloads more effectively and efficiently.
This session provides delegates with a clear understanding of the basic clinical coding and medical terminology knowledge needed to fully contribute to the application of Correspondence Management.
This session grows delegates' understanding of the importance of working to protocols and learning from experience in relation to Correspondence Management, working towards enhancing patient safety.
Delegates will receive a clear understanding of the continuing operational value and importance of Correspondence Management, as well as how to sustain and improve this approach for their Practice.
Correspondence Management is a key element of NHS England's General Practice Forward View, and involves putting in place a system where correspondence about patients from hospitals is processed by members of the clerical team.
The purpose of this workshop is to provide primary care staff with a clear understanding of the operational value and importance of Correspondence Management, as well as how to sustain and improve this approach.
This can help save time for GPs, drive efficiencies in the practice, increase job satisfaction and deliver a faster, more effective service to patients.
This course is suitable for all receptionists and clerical staff who engage with patients. A session tailored to GPs is also available.
This programme consists of four levels, incorporating both half-day and full-day sessions.