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It is important that GPs and practice managers are well-prepared for possible challenges during the festive period. Dr Rachel Birch from Medical Protection offers some advice.
A weekly update on the news that matters for GP practices. This week: Practice deliver more than 1m appointments a day, GPs face data protection fines and NHS England recommends further prescribing restrictions.
Almost a third of GP practices have seen their income from private and professional fees fall in the past 12 months, according to a poll by Medeconomics.
Over half of GP practices have seen an increase in subject access requests (SARs) since the GDPR was introduced - and many are spending over seven hours a week dealing with them.
Details of the latest updates to the Medeconomics GP Fees Database.
A weekly update on the news that matters for GP practices. This week: Government confirms state indemnity will be paid for by existing funding, Hancock plans multi-year GP contract and the prime minister announces funding boost.
The results of the the latest Medeconomics Fees Survey have been added to the GP Fees Database.
Two new flu vaccines, which are due to be licensed before the end of the year, will be used in the 2019/20 flu vaccination programme, NHS England has said.
NHS England wants every GP practice to be part of a primary care network by the end of 2018/19, but what does this mean for practices?
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