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Introducing named GPs for patients aged 75 and over

How will this policy affect GPs in practical terms? GPC negotiator Dr Beth McCarron-Nash provides advice.

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Introducing named GPs for patients aged 75 and over

How will this policy affect GPs in practical terms? GPC negotiator Dr Beth McCarron-Nash provides advice.

Premises Cost Directions 2013: the practical issues one year on

Billed as interim, the Premises Costs Directions 2013 have raised a variety of issues that NHS England should now address, writes Andrew O'Dowd.

How to meet flu vaccination targets

How can practices hope to meet the 'tough' target for flu vaccinations? Dr Mark Goodwin, whose practice exceeded the targets last season, shares his top tips.

Workload survey results: two-thirds of practice managers may quit their jobs

Complexity and intensity of work has increased leading to burn-out, warn practice managers.

What does the 2014/15 GP contract deal mean for PMS practices?

It is now vital for practices to compare future PMS income with their prospects under a return to GMS, writes Laurence Slavin.

The top five risks identified in CQC assessments in 2013

MPS clinical risk managers Julie Price and Kate Taylor highlight the areas where practices are at greatest risk and advise on preparing for a CQC inspection.

New average fees revealed for private and professional services 2014

The results of the annual Medeconomics Fees Survey 2014 have now been analysed and added to the private and professional fees database.

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