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Cisco and egton3 connect and windows 8.1 [message #11733] Sun, 12 January 2014 20:57 Go to next message
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dical Group
> > >> 01661 867632
> > >>
> > >> www.pontelandmedicalgroup.co.uk
> > >> ________________________________________
> > >> From: emis-list-bounces@emisnug.net [emis-list-bounces@emisnug.net]
> On
> > >> Behalf Of Simon Clay [simon.clay@gmail.com]
> > >> Sent: 15 January 2014 07:26
> > >> To: The main EmisNUG mailing list
> > >> Subject: Read code 93C1
> > >>
> > >> I don't seem to be able to add 93C1 Read code.
> > >> Doesn't seem to be available in picking list on EMIS Web.
> > >>
> > >> Given that this IS a valid Read code & also it's suggested to be the
> > code
> > >> to use to dissent from local Data extractions, I'm a bit concerned.
> > >>
> > >> Neil Bhatia tells
Re: Cisco and egton3 connect and windows 8.1 [message #11734 is a reply to message #11733] Sun, 12 January 2014 21:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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me he can add this code in EMIS LV.
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> > >> Does anyone else in Web have a problem please?
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> > >> Simon.
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> > >> Dr Simon Clay MB ChB FRCGP DPD
> > >> Poplars Surgery,
> > >> 17 Holly lane,
> > >> Erdington,
> > >> Birmingham.
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> > >> 0121-377-2133
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Dr Simon Clay MB ChB FRCGP DPD
Poplars Surgery,
17 Holly lane,
Erdington,
Birmingham.
B24 9JN.
0121-377-2133
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RE: Cisco and egton3 connect and windows 8.1 [message #11738 is a reply to message #11734] Sun, 12 January 2014 23:07 Go to previous message
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is-listThanks all,

It looks like most of the discrepancy is accounted for by filtering on regular patients as well

Cheers, Tim
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Falkland Surgery Monks Lane Newbury RG14 7DF
Tel 01635 279972 Fax 01635 279973
In surgery most days
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From: emis-list-bounces@emisnug.net [emis-list-bounces@emisnug.net] On Behalf Of Julia Hippisley-Cox [juliahippisleycox@gmail.com]
Sent: 17 January 2014 10:18
To: 'The main EmisNUG mailing list'
Subject: RE: List sizes

could it be due to people who were not actually registered but still have a
record.
are 'immediate and necessary' registered for example?
could there be some dummy patients?
Julia


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From: emis-list-bounces@emisnug.net [mailto:emis-list-bounces@emisnug.net]
On Behalf Of Simon Clay
Sent: 17 January 2014 10:16
To: The main EmisNUG mailing list
Subject: Re: List sizes


Don't know but can you discern it by running it with names, then looking at
a couple of patients in the larger list who do not feature in the smaller
one?

Simon.



On 17 January 2014 10:11, Walter Tim (FALKLAND SURGERY)
wrote:

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> Your starter for 10
>
> If I look at two searches
>
> 1. Currently registered, no search features Result = 14282 2. All
> patients ever, Search feature Registered status = Registered Result =
> 14578
>
> Which is right, and why?
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> Tim (work email)
> Falkland Surgery Monks Lane Newbury RG14 7DF
> Tel 01635 279972 Fax 01635 279973
> In surgery most days
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