Welcome to the Medeconomics GP Fees Database

The GP Fees Database can help you identify opportunities to boost non-NHS income, check recommended rates for private work and see the average fee charged by practices for areas of work for which there is no set or recommended rate. Click here to find out more or read some free samples of the database below.

Our NHS funding and payments section provides an overview of the funding practices receive via their contract, enhanced services and also has information on Agenda for Change rates and NHS Pensions. Subscribe now to access the GP Fees Database.

Database sample showcase

Sick notes and certificates (private)

Sick notes and certificates (private)

The Medeconomics Database of GP Fees is gathered from official sources, plus our own research among UK GP practices.

Holiday/travel insurance: cancellation claim

Holiday/travel insurance: cancellation claim

The Medeconomics Database of GP Fees is gathered from official sources, plus our own research among UK GP practices.

Advice on private work

Updates to private fees

Updates to private fees

Details of the latest updates to the Medeconomics GP Fees Database.

VAT on GPs' private and professional fees

VAT on GPs' private and professional fees

Practices registered for VAT need to be clear about when they should add this tax to the fees they charge, says Jenny Stone.

BMA updates guidance on firearms certification again

BMA updates guidance on firearms certification again

The BMA has again updated its guidance on responding to police requests for information relating to firearms certification.

Making the most of the Medeconomics GP Fees Database

Making the most of the Medeconomics GP Fees Database

How practices can use our exclusive database of private and professional fees as a resource for generating extra earnings.

Advice on setting fees for private work

Advice on setting fees for private work

Practices should work out the costs of providing services when deciding what to charge for private and professional work.

Services GPs cannot charge for

Services GPs cannot charge for

GPs are obliged by NHS regulations to provide certain certificates free of charge. Medeconomics explains the services this applies to.

How GP practices can increase income from non-NHS fees

How GP practices can increase income from non-NHS fees

Medical accountants share their tips to help GPs buck the downward trend on private and professional fees, as revealed in a Medeconomics survey.

BMA updated guidance on providing information for insurance reports

BMA updated guidance on providing information for insurance reports

The BMA has produced new guidance on subject access requests for insurance purposes.

Should you certify a patient 'fit for' an activity?

Should you certify a patient 'fit for' an activity?

MDU medico-legal adviser Dr Beverly Ward offers GPs advice about signing 'fit for' forms.

Filling out patient assessment forms correctly

Filling out patient assessment forms correctly

GPs could face a potential negligence claim by simply ticking the wrong box on patient assessment forms. MDDUS medical adviser Dr Mary Peddie outlines the risks involved


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GP Fees Database

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