Implementation of advanced access in general practice: postal survey of practices

Royal College of General Practitioners
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British Journal of General Practice, 2006, 56 (533), pp. 918 - 923
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Advanced Access has been strongly promoted as a means of improving access to general practice. Key principles include measuring demand, matching capacity to demand, managing demand in different ways and having contingency plans. Although not advocated by Advanced Access, some practices have also restricted availability of pre-booked appointments.
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