Clinical Indications wins GP Business Enterprise Award 2004
Clinical Indications wins GP Business Enterprise Award 2004. The prize is given to Dr Nigel Masters at the House of Commons. Health Minister Dr Stephen Ladyman said, "Innovation such as this must be applauded. With 640 million prescriptions given out each year even a small percentage of error means thousands of patients can be affected. With clearer information on prescriptions, the chances of mistakes happening will be greatly reduced." Royal College of General Practitioner President Dr Roger Neighbour said: "These awards are a tribute to and in recognition of the enterprising nature of GPs. Initiatives such as the one pioneered by Dr Masters deliver real added value to patients. We would like to see his system used more widely across the UK."
Posted on 12/07/2004
by Dr Nigel Masters