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.
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.
NHS England plans to take on the premises liabilities of practices in some leased surgeries and has also recommended that GP ownership of surgery buildings should be separated from other partnership arrangements.
To free-up GP time, it has been suggested for some time now that practice staff could be trained to take on a greater supporting role. The MDU's Dr Kathryn Leask, considers the medico-legal implications of 'upskilling' non-clinicians.
GPs in Wales will receive a £25m increase in funding in 2019/20 as part of a new GMS contract deal that will also provide financial incentives and extra support for GP partners.
Significant event audit is a formal way of analysing and learning from incidents at your practice, writes the MDU's Dr Sally Old.
GP practices can take some simple steps to identify and support carers on their list.
What is social prescribing and can it help practices to reduce workload?
Accountant Katie Collin explains what practices need to know about VAT and primary care networks.
Practices in England are required to allow direct booking of appointments from NHS 111 under the new GP contract. Medeconomics explains how this should work.
Download this checklist to help your practice plan its work for the QOF quality improvement domain's end-of-life care module.
Download this checklist to help your practice plan its work for the QOF quality improvement domain's prescribing safety module.
Details of the enhanced service for minor surgery.
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