The total number of new written complaints about general practice in England fell to 72,356 in 2018/19. Medeconomics looks at the most common reasons for complaints.
From April 2020 practices will need to introduce changes to the Friends and Family Test.
What process should practices follow if they want to recruit a GP or other staff member from overseas? And how will Brexit impact on recruiting staff from EEA countries? Luna Williams explains.
Part of our training plan for receptionists, this article highlights the key knowledge receptionists need and provides advice on training in each of these areas.
Part of our training plan for receptionists, this article highlights the key skills receptionists need and provides advice on training in each of these areas.
Medeconomics highlights the key skills and knowledge required for the job and provides advice on how to ensure your receptionists are appropriately trained in all of these areas.
Primary care networks will receive funding for new staff roles, but how will this work? This article has been updated to reflect new guidance published in August 2019.
GP surgeries risk losing more than £40,000 in funding if they close during core hours, NHS England has warned.
The average hourly rates charged by locums booking work directly with practices have risen across England during the past 12 months, however rates in Wales have fallen.
Medeconomics explains how the GP Retention Scheme works, and outlines payments for practices.
Our checklist can help ensure your practice is prepared for the 2019/20 flu season.
Links to flu guidance and promotional material for the 2019/20 flu campaign. This will be updated as new material is available.
Details of the flu vaccines and targets for the 2019/20 enhanced service.
Job description templates to download and adapt for use in your practice. New roles, including practice pharmacist, prescribing technician and physician associate have been added.
Proposed changes to firearms rules in England and Wales, set out in a new government consultation, suggest that police will be unable to issue firearms licences until they have received medical information about an applicant from their GP.
Accountant Laurence Slavin explains what practices need to do to ensure they are not falling foul of tax laws when it comes to how they pay their locums.
Two separate cases of fraud in GP practices have seen practice managers jailed in the past week for defrauding the surgeries they worked for of nearly £700,000 in one case and almost £600,000 in the other.
The results of the the latest Medeconomics Fees Survey have been added to the GP Fees Database.
Details of the latest updates to the Medeconomics GP Fees Database.
The Medeconomics Database of GP Fees is gathered from official sources, plus our own research among UK GP practices.
It is good practice to repeat risk assessments at least annually. Below is a list of things that you will need to cover.
Practices are required to regularly review their health and safety processes and procedures. Our checklist below can help you do this.
The key document for health and safety is your risk assessment. This downloadable risk assessment template contains key questions and prompts to help you complete it.
What should primary care networks and practices bear in mind when recruiting a social prescribing link worker? Christiana Melam, CEO of the National Association of Link Workers, offers some practical advice.
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