Patients First and PHOs resolve GP2GP impasse

Primary health organisations (PHOs) that were holding out on agreeing to general practices having to pay a $2 fee to transfer medical records to a patient's new practice have come to an agreement with GP2GP service provider Patients First, giving the go-ahead to an annual fee per patient instead.

GP2GP, developed by the practice management software vendors and Patients First with the support of secure messaging provider HealthLink, has seen over a million messages transferred since it was first developed in 2011.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: GP2GP

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