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83pc of GPs now fully digital, with no paper records: RACGP survey

11 February 2019
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By Kate McDonald

Eight-three per cent of respondents to a survey on GP use of technology said they were now entirely digital, with no supplementary paper records maintained.

The survey also showed that 73 per cent of GPs work in practices that upload information to the My Health Record, and 30 per cent had accessed a patient’s health information through the My Health Record that would not have otherwise been available to them.

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