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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.
Practices that rent their premises should ensure they are actually liable for any service charges before they pay, says Charles Mallinson.
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?
Risk assessments, regular checks and staff training are key to ensuring your practice is fire-safe, says Stuart Collyer.
Practices are now required to routinely identify and review patients over 65 with moderate or severe frailty. Practice manager Fionnuala O'Donnell provides advice on how to do this and highlights some useful resources.
ICO senior policy officer Andrew Rose shared advice on how practices can meet data protection challenges at this year's Practice Managers Association conference.
Dr Tom Milligan and Dr Dinesh Kumar explain how coaching helped their practice management team develop a better working relationship and a happier working environment.
Healthcare lawyer Lynne Abbess speaks to Medeconomics about a range of legal issues affecting GP practices.
General practice in 2020 will not look the same as today. Ian Jones, operations director at the Practice Managers Association, looks at how the role of the practice manager will develop.
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