By Tony Collins
In the House of Commons today MPs will debate the Capita Primary Care Support Services contract.
It has been secured by Coventry North West MP Geoffrey Robinson, who wants GPs to be compensated for the failures arising from the outsourcing contract.
The debate comes a day after the BBC reported that “more than 9,000 patients’ records in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex have gone missing” since Capita took on the task of transferring files.
As part of its contract Capita took on the job of transferring patients’ records, when people move from one GP to another.
A BBC survey of 78 GP practices showed that 9,009 records had been missing for more than two months.
Capita told the BBC it did not “recognise these claims”.
An NHS England spokesman said, “We know there have been serious issues with services delivered by Capita which have had an unacceptable impact on practices. We are ensuring Capita takes urgent steps to…
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