Monthly Archives: March 2015

Revalidation of doctors, or how to spot the bad apples


Originally posted on Doctor's bag:
Image: Pixabay.com Wouldn’t it be great if we could spot the bad apples?before we consume them? Or even better: before they become bad??In recent years medical regulators around the world have been exploring ways…

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So how much does the PCEHR cost ?


A recent Medical IT blog post highlights the difficulty of identifying where the staggering $ 972 million went that was invested into the development and rolling out of the PCEHR

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Why doctors run late: 12 red tape challenges


Originally posted on Doctor's bag:
In the ‘Blogging on Demand’ series you get to choose the topic. If you have a great idea you want the world to know about, feel free to?contact me.?Last week members of the GPs…

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UK doctors in Australia – Why they won’t be going home any time soon


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UK doctors are leaving their country en masse. Image: Pixabay.com The numbers are telling: About 1,500 UK doctors move to Australia and New Zealand each year. This exodus is causing havoc in England. A GP-shortage…

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