The results of the the latest Medeconomics Fees Survey have been analysed and added to the GP Fees Database.
Receptionists often bear the brunt of patient frustrations, and the perception of an unhelpful attitude can result in complaints. Julie Price from Medical Protection explains how clear policies, procedures and training can help frontline staff avoid conflict with patients.
As the NHS heads into the winter, what can practices do to ensure they are prepared for a serious flu outbreak or if there is severe pressure on local services?
GPs in Scotland have been offered a new contract deal guaranteeing partners minimum earnings of £80,430 and offering interest free premises loans in a bid to return the profession to a sustainable footing.
TOOLS TO HELP YOUR BUSINESS
What should GP practices consider as they plan their finances for the coming five years? Accountant Katie Singer provides some advice.
Accountant Faye Armstrong provides advice on how to set up a credit control system to help you collect NHS funding and private fees.
In these times of financial uncertainty, the ability to assess the practice's business risks is essential, says Russell Finn.
The taxes practice managers need to understand to help ensure the practice's finances stay on track. By Jenny Stone.
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GP Fees Database
Salaried GP, Southend-On-Sea Giant Recruitment Southend-On-Sea
GP PARTNER/SALARIED GP OPPORTUNITIES Denburn Medical Practice Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire
GP Locum Sessions in the North of England! Medical Staffing North of England
Salaried GP in Rotherham - up to £9,000 - £10,250 per session + MDU + NI + Pension - part/full time MedMatch Wath-upon-Dearne, Rotherham