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GP access to Prescribing Data

The Prescription Pricing Authority (PPA) has made electronic Prescribing & Financial Information for Practices (ePFIP) available to all GP Practices following the success of pilot started in 2003.

Practices must register to gain access to the system, registrations forms are available in Word or PDF format.

Once registered users can login to the system to access several prescribing reports including:

  • Practice Detailed Prescribing Information
  • Prescribing Analysis Report
  • Prescribing Review
  • Practice Prescribing Report
  • Prescribing Monitoring Document

The contents of each of these reports are described in detail on the PPA's ePFIP page.

Action: Paper copies of the above reports are no longer provided by the PPA. Practices are strongly urged to register for this system to allow them to monitor prescribing trends within the practice and in comparison to local and national trends.

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