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The DXS software has made a real impact in our practice, being used substantially by clinical and non clinical staff.  The patient leaflets are tremendous and, being so quick to access and linked to the current consultation, the majority of our patients have benefited from one.  As a direct result of DXS, the reduction in paper and cabinets full of old literature has been exceptional.  As a Practice Manager, the Statistics tool makes READ code analysis easy and we benefit further being a training practice as it helps the GP Registrars with their RCGP curriculum.

 

Heather Heatley

Practice Manager, Horsham Health Centre

 

DXS has been used within our practice for many years and we have experienced the continual enhancements to the software, which mean we could not work without it now.  Of course, the patient leaflet section is comprehensive but there is much more once you take a look.  The PDP appraisal tool is just fantastic and saves copious amounts of time collating evidence and reflections for my appraiser.  The tool automatically logs my learning and now allows for group learning material to be inserted to multiple people’s PDP logs.  It even keeps a track of my learning hours and credits.  The travel section quickly established itself for all the issues relating to foreign travel and Vaccines.

 

The medicines section is used by my partners, nurses and admin team alike providing the very latest drug information, which can be prescribed at the click of a button. 

 

The plethora of useful Read Codes found through DXS’s Read Code Search utility (with the QOF codes highlighted) is indispensable.

 

Without doubt, DXS is one of the best aspects of my clinical system and I recommend any user take a closer look. DXS’s continued development will continue to enhance the Patient’s care

 

Dr Tom Davies FRCGP
Former NVUG Chairman & Partner, Yaxley Group Practice, Cambs

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