Accountant Jenny Stone explains how practices can put in place a robust financial plan to help them survive in these challenging times.
What should GP practices consider as they plan their finances for the coming five years? Accountant Katie Singer provides some advice.
Effective budgeting can help practices ensure they are a financial success. Laurence Slavin explains how to do this and provides a sample spreadsheet to help with calculations.
Specialist accountant Laurence Slavin highlights what practices should consider when setting fees for private work and steps that could help boost income in this area.
Find out how well your practice is doing by comparing key statistics from your annual accounts with those of other practices, says Laurence Slavin. This article has been updated with figures for 2017.
In these times of financial uncertainty, the ability to assess the practice's business risks is essential, says Russell Finn.
Accountant Faye Armstrong provides advice on how to set up a credit control system to help you collect NHS funding and private fees.
How practices can work out whether it is worth taking on a new contract, including a downloadable spreadsheet to help with the calculations. By Laurence Slavin.
Accountant Laurence Slavin highlights some examples of fraud in general practice and offers advice on how to prevent them occurring in your business.
The taxes practice managers need to understand to help ensure the practice's finances stay on track. By Jenny Stone.
Specialist accountant Laurence Slavin explains the rules surrounding private work undertaken by practices contracted by the NHS.
With salaries being the biggest expense in any practice, there is increased pressure to manage staff costs effectively. Fiona Dalziel provides advice on how to do this.
The run-up to a new financial year is a good time for practices to review their accounting processes and consider a cloud-based approach, says Laurence Slavin.
Details of the latest updates to the Medeconomics GP Fees Database.
NHS England has suggested that 2019/20 could see the biggest change to the GP contract since 2004. Medeconomics looks at what this might mean.
GP partners and practice staff in England are to receive a 2% pay rise in 2018/19 backdated to April, the Department of Health and Social Care has announced.
It is essential for practices to compare accounts and discuss financial issues early on in the merger process, explains Jenny Stone.
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