Software - Bug in the Vision computer system is identified after inaccurate QOF data is submitted by practices.
Up to a fifth of practices may have submitted inaccurate QOF data because of a bug in INPS' Vision computer system.
While the error is unlikely to cost practices any money, those affected have had to complete an upgrade process, and may have to apply to their primary care organisation (PCO) to adjust their QOF claim.
INPS first became aware of the situation after practices complained of problems with the figures reported to the Quality Management and Analysis System (QMAS) on 31 March.
After a day investigating the problem, the …