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Responding to patient complaints within the specified timescale is important. However, you should not compromise the quality of your investigation or the completeness of your response with a hasty reply, writes MDU medico-legal adviser, Dr Nicola Lennard.
Removing a patient from your list is never an easy option. MDU medico-legal adviser Dr Beverley Ward provides a step-by-step guide to help practices avoid the pitfalls.
Martin Ramsey has supported a number of practices to merge or federate, he offers advice on how to ensure an 'at-scale' approach to primary care is successful.
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.
Details of the latest updates to the Medeconomics GP Fees Database.
The BMA has launched a new guide to help GP practices meet their training obligations and make clear what is mandatory training. The guide explains what training practices should provide to GPs and their staff and how often this training is needed.
A guide to what practices need to include when completing the Information Governance Toolkit each year.
The NAPC's primary care home model aims to provide a new way of delivering primary care at scale. Rima Evans looks at how pilot site Larwood and Bawtry has used the initiative to deliver benefits to patients and staff.
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