NHS England's 10 High Impact Actions aim to help practices free up time to enable GPs to deliver more clinical care, but can they really make a difference?
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?
NHS England has launched a series of practical guides to support people with sight loss, hearing loss, autism or learning disabilities to use online GP services.
From next May practices will be subject to new data protection regulation. Medeconomics provides an overview of the legislation.
A guide to what practices need to include when completing the Information Governance Toolkit each year.
New consultation types, including group consultations, are one of NHS England's 10 High Impact Actions to help practices free up time for GPs to provide more clinical care. But how do group consultations work? Rima Evans reports.
Risk assessments, regular checks and staff training are key to ensuring your practice is fire-safe, says Stuart Collyer.
ICO senior policy officer Andrew Rose shared advice on how practices can meet data protection challenges at this year's Practice Managers Association conference.
Practice manager Fionnuala O'Donnell provides a practical guide on how to use your clinical system to set up a patient recall system using SystmOne.
The MDU's Dr Nicola Lennard explains what practices are required to do under the Freedom of Information Act.
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