Routinely-collected general practice data are complex, but with systematic processing can be used for quality improvement and research.

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BACKGROUND UK general practice is computerised, and quality targets based on computer data provide a further incentive to improve data quality. A National Programme for Information Technology is standardising the technical infrastructure and removing some of the barriers to data aggregation. Routinely collected data is an underused resource, yet little has… (More)

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