Appraises existing management information for primary careprescribing within the NHS. Examines the two most important managementproblems facing primary care prescribing budegtary control and qualityassurance. Reviews management information needs and evaluates existingprescribing information systems. Identifies the four main factorscontributing to current problems professional pressures, paymentimperatives, reactive administration, managerial deadlock. Discussesfuture prospects for management information in primary care prescribingreaching the conclusion that budgetary control is close to beingachieved, while quality assurance is still subject to a managerialdeadlock.
Journal of Management in Medicine – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 1992
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