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Sunquest ICE: Electronic Ordering of Diagnostic Tests
01 July 2011
Croydon Health Services has invested in Sunquest ICE which is currently being tested before being rolled out across all Croydon GP practices. 
The system is currently being tested in 6 pilot sites, Farley Road Medical Practice, Purley Medical Practice, Violet Lane Medical Practice, Parkside Group Practice, Greenside Group Practice and East Croydon Medical Practice.  
.The system has been widely supported by local GPs because of the following benefits:
1.      Rapid ordering of pathology and radiology tests
2.      Seamless integration with GP IT systems
3.      Ability to review all the patients with test results whether requested in primary care or secondary care
4.      Original clinical details are provided with the test results
5.      Faster turnaround of test results
6.      Faster radiology reporting as clinical details do not need to be dictated into reports
7.      Links to agreed indications, guidelines and other supporting information can be provided at the point of ordering
8.      Reduced clinical risk due to accurate demographic data and legible clinical details on all requests
9.      Information on the status of requests is provided including scheduled dates
Training will be rolled out to all practices during this summer.  We will  be contacting you to arrange training dates and will endeavour to give you as much notice as possible.  
 If you have any questions or concerns about the project please contact Peter Norris, Systems Manager or Robin Evans, Clinical Director/Consultant Radiologist Diagnostics & Clinical Support
It is important to emphasise that Sunquest ICE will be a paperless system and the only means of ordering and viewing diagnostic tests from Croydon Health Services NHS Trust after implementation.
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