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#50 PCIT Gems: QOF codes l Introduction to our SystmOne Toolset

Welcome to those of you who have recently signed up to our weekly Gems! We have received some lovely feedback on our weekly Gems and our recent QOF webinar. It is always great to hear how useful you are finding the quick hints and tips. If you have any feedback you would like to share,…

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#49 PCIT Gems: QOF coding l Minor surgery codes

Welcome to those of you who have recently signed up to our weekly Gems! If you still haven’t seen our recent QOF webinar , you can catch up here. Thank you to those of you who joined, it was great to see so many of you there. If you would like to give any feedback on the webinar, you…

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#48 PCIT Gems: Wondering about QOF at this time of year?

Wondering about QOF at this time of year? Thank you to so many of you who joined our webinar on Friday. We had a great turnout with many questions asked. If you missed the webinar or would like to watch again, please see the recording here. Remember to share with your colleagues!  Weekly Hints and Tips This week…

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#47 PCIT Gems: Happy New Year l Important Coding Issues l QOF Webinar & More

Coding issues affecting all clinical systems Learning Disabilities We communicated this issue with you previously in late November.  PCIT subscribers have had the correct searches in their systems from version 3.3 which was deployed mid December for both IIF and the Learning Disability register for QOF. There have been some updates to the code sets…

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PCIT’s CQC Navigator Tool Launch – Join us!

Exciting news alert!

We’re thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of the CQC Navigator – the game-changer for GP surgeries’ CQC compliance. Available for EMIS Web and SystmOne.

Why CQC Navigator?

  • Streamline compliance processes.
  • Be ready for CQC visits at all times.
  • Save valuable time and resources.


Catch up on the webinar here.

If you are a current PCIT toolset subscriber, this is a new product included within your subscription.

For further information, please read the support guide.

HP026 Sick Day Rules

We’re excited to introduce our updated HP026 Sick Day Rules Alert to support healthcare providers.

  • What does it do? Our alert system identifies patients on specific medications that require sick day rules guidance. It prompts clinicians to provide this crucial information to patients, reducing the risk of dehydration and other complications during illness.
  • Why is this important? Sick day rules are essential for patients on certain medications, helping them stay safe during illnesses like diarrhoea or vomiting. Our alert ensures that this information is regularly shared with patients, contributing to their well-being.
  • Integrated – Our HP026 Sick Day Rules Alert is seamlessly integrated into your electronic health record system. It’s available now to enhance patient care and medication safety.


This is an optional handy protocol. If you would like it installing in your site please submit a ticket to request this.

For further information, please read the support guide.

HP216 Heart Failure review not completed tool

Introducing the “Heart failure review not fully completed” tool (HP216)!

With the “Heart failure review not fully completed” tool, healthcare providers can ensure that heart failure reviews are thorough and meet the requirements of HF007 QOF guidelines.

Key Features:


  • Automated review check: The tool checks if all elements of a heart failure review have been completed
  • Comprehensive review completion: Prompts users to add missing elements for a thorough review
  • Integrated workflow: Seamlessly embedded within existing Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems for user-friendly implementation


This protocol is automatically installed in your system.

For further details, please read the support guide.

HP238 Consider at risk of Atrial Fibrillation

Exciting News for Healthcare Providers and Patients!

Requested by a GP in Warwickshire, our “Consider if at risk of Atrial Fibrillation” tool – your new tool in identifying potential Atrial Fibrillation cases early!

For Healthcare Providers:


  • Easily flag patients at risk of Atrial Fibrillation
  • Promptly consider ECGs and potential interventions
  • Align with PCN DES for CVD Prevention and diagnosis
  • Improve patient care and reduce stroke risk


For further information, please read the support guide.

This is an optional handy protocol. If you would like this installed into your system, you can request it here.

HP213 Asthma Review Not Fully Completed Tool

Introducing the “Asthma review not fully completed” tool (HP213)!

The “Asthma review not fully completed” tool will ensure that asthma reviews are thorough and meet the requirements of AST007 QOF guidelines.

Key Features:


  • Automated review check: The tool checks if all elements of an asthma review have been completed
  • Comprehensive review completion: Prompts users to add missing elements for a thorough review
  • Integrated workflow: Seamlessly embedded within existing Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems for user-friendly implementation


With the “Asthma review not fully completed” tool, healthcare providers can ensure that no elements of the review are missed, meeting guidelines and improving patient care.

This protocol is automatically installed in your system.

For further details, please read the support guide.

HP248 Flu vaccination clinic protocol 2023 update

Primary Care IT are pleased to release a protocol (HP248) for use in flu clinics to streamline adding vaccinations to patients’ records. You can use this to conveniently add batch numbers and other details.

For an in depth look at the protocol please see the user guide.

If you would like this Handy Protocol installed into your site, you can request by submitting a ticket on our website.