The content is aimed primarily at senior partners and practice managers, helping them to be individually more effective and make their practices more efficient. But there is also much to learn for GPs and managers at all stages of their careers who want to better understand the complexities of practice management and GP partnerships.
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Accountant Faye Armstrong provides advice on how to set up a credit control system to help you collect NHS funding and private fees.
NHS England has set an indicative rate for GP locum pay at £80 an hour and, in the coming weeks, practices will be asked to submit data on how many times they have paid above this rate.
An NHS official has suggested that vulnerable practices could be left to wither by the system.
A new GP/Medeconomics supplement examines how new care models are changing general practice, the challenges they face and the implications for GPs' medical indemnity.
Many practices may not be aware that they require a lease. Paul Conlon explains when leases are needed and the importance of detailing them in partnership agreements.
Dr Ian Pawson explains how his practice provides primary care services to intermediate care patients, which he believes can provide practices with an opportunity to both expand and improve patient care.
A new clinical assistant role has helped dramatically cut GP paperwork and shows how GP Forward View funding for training reception and administrative staff will be spent. By Rima Evans.
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 2015 and 2016.
Employment lawyer Susan Bernstein answers a question about how to deal with a situation when two members of staff don't get along.
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