Fiona Booth joins Healthcode to launch PMI register

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Fiona Booth is former chief executive of Association of Independent Healthcare Organisations (AIHO)
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Fiona Booth is former chief executive of Association of Independent Healthcare Organisations (AIHO)

She will help oversee development of practitioner register for private healthcare sector

Fiona Booth, the former chief executive of the Association of Independent Healthcare Organisations (AIHO), has joined online technology specialists Healthcode to oversee the launch of The Private Practice Register (The PPR). Developed by Healthcode, The PPR is a definitive practitioner register for the private healthcare sector, built to enhance efficiency and cooperation between private medical insurers, providers and individual practitioners. The register, a secure system which features over...

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