Press Association reports:
The Information Commissioner’s Office is investigating problems with a national service for transporting patient records after GPs complained some were going missing.
NHS England has commissioned private firm Capita to run the Primary Care Support England service, which handles GP payments, medical supplies, moving records and patient registrations.
It has contracted CitySprint, a courier service, to move the records around.
Pulse magazine revealed that some GP practices have reported being sent the wrong patient records or those of patients who have died.
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