Dr Tom Milligan and Dr Dinesh Kumar explain how coaching helped their practice management team develop a better working relationship and a happier working environment.
Healthcare lawyer Lynne Abbess speaks to Medeconomics about a range of legal issues affecting GP practices.
General practice in 2020 will not look the same as today. Ian Jones, operations director at the Practice Managers Association, looks at how the role of the practice manager will develop.
In a bid to improve quality of care and efficiency, practices in Nottinghamshire have overhauled their approach to looking after care home residents - with impressive results. Rima Evans reports.
From 1 April all practices in England and Wales are entitled to reimbursement payments towards the cost of providing cover for GPs who are off work through sickness for periods of two weeks or more.
Practice manager Fionnuala O'Donnell provides a practical guide on how to use your clinical system to set up a patient recall system using SystmOne.
The MDU's Dr Nicola Lennard explains what practices are required to do under the Freedom of Information Act.
Lawyer Lynne Abbess advises on the issues GP partners should regularly review to ensure their partnership is on a strong legal footing.
Healthcare lawyer Lynne Abbess provides advice for retiring partners and practices on issues relating to retirement, including the practice premises.
Healthcare lawyer Lynne Abbess discusses legal issues relating to federating and working at scale.
Healthcare lawyer Lynne Abbess offers advice to practices considering a merger and explains why GPs should not fear the super partnership model.
The RCGP and NHS Digital have issued guidance to help practices affected by the cyber attack that shut down NHS services across the country.
From 1 July 2017 practices will be contractually required to identify and manage patients aged over 65 who are living with moderate to severe frailty. This article has been updated to include links to new guidance.
The GP Forward View promised 1,000 physician associates to support general practice by 2020. Dr Peter Dixon explains how these health professionals are trained and the role they can undertake within practices.
Under the 2017/18 GP contract a new GP Retention Scheme began in April 2017, replacing the Retained Doctor Scheme.
Active signposting is one of the 10 high impact actions that practices can take to free up GP time, according to NHS England. But what does it mean in practice? Rima Evans reports.
Details of the directed enhanced service (DES) for mental health for Wales.
Details of the directed enhanced service (DES) for care homes for Wales.
Details of the directed enhanced service (DES) for oral anticoagulation with warfarin.
A summary of what is involved in the extended hours health check scheme ES for England.
Under the GMS contract practices are required to participate in digital services including referral management, online ordering of repeat prescriptions, interoperable records, patient access to their patient record and online appointment booking.
All practices must have a patient participation group under the GMS contract. Medeconomics explains what practices need to do to meet the contract requirements.
It is a contractual requirement for practices to identify newly-registered patients who are drinking at increased or high-risk levels. Patients identified as at risk should also be screened for depression
Details of the enhanced service for minor surgery.
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