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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Advice on how practice managers within a primary care network could collaborate on practice policies and processes, including business continuity, data protection, safeguarding, complaints and IT systems.
Medeconomics highlights where practice managers within a primary care network could collaborate on HR and staff issues, including new network staff, existing staff and locums.
This business continuity plan can be downloaded and adapted for use in your practice.
Practices should ideally check and update their business continuity plan annually. This checklist can help ensure you've covered the key issues.
All practices should have a disaster recovery or business continuity plan. Medeconomics explains how to prioritise services and assess risks for inclusion in your plan and highlights useful resources.
A new framework, which is backed by NHS England, has set standards for the academic knowledge, skills and behaviour expected from nurses undertaking advanced clinical practice roles in primary care.
Taking steps to tackle climate change can help improve people's health both now and in the future and benefit practices. Dr Aarti Bansal explains where to start if your practice wants to become greener.
GPs and PCNs have reacted furiously to an NHS England consultation on proposed services that networks could be required to deliver from April. Medeconomics looks at the fallout and what happens next.
Specialist accountant Laurence Slavin highlights what practices should consider when setting fees for private work and steps that could help boost income in this area.
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