Key information for practices.
GPC Scotland chair Dr Alan McDevitt explains what practices need to do under the transitional quality arrangements for 2016/17.
Incorrect coding may mean the prevalence of particular diseases within your practice is not accurately represented - which could result in the practice being underpaid for QOF work. Fiona Lawson explains.
Dr Miles Carter and Dr Merlin Dunlop advise practices using EMIS clinical software on how they can maximise QOF and enhanced service earnings.
The NICE Indicator Advisory Committee recommended seven new QOF indicators on Monday, which negotiators will consider for inclusion in the 2016/17 GP contract.
Joanne Bartlett says having an action plan will help your practice to reach the top of the quality points ladder.
The number of QOF points for 2015/16 will remain at 559, with some changes to indicators.
There are minor changes to the QOF in Scotland for this financial year. Full details below.
Details of how the 102 points will be removed from the QOF in 2015, including retired indicators, amended indicators and new additions.
Payment information for enhanced services.
A summary of what is involved in the extended hours access ES for England.
A summary of what is involved in the learning disabilities health check scheme ES for England.
An overview of the requirements of the avoiding unplanned admissions ES for 2016/17.
Details of the enhanced service for minor surgery.
A summary of what is involved in the out of area registration ES for England.
What practices need to do to deliver the flu and pneumococcal enhanced services, including details of this year's flu vaccines.
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