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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What documentation do practices need when a new member of staff, including GPs, join the team? This article includes a downloadable checklist to include with your HR records and links to up-to-date guidance.
Accountant Jenny Stone explains how practices can put in place a robust financial plan to help them survive in these challenging times.
Recruiting GPs can take over a year in the current climate, so succession planning is vital, writes Jenny Stone
Devising a strategy around drawing funds will help your business remain stable, writes Russell Finn
In these times of financial uncertainty, the ability to assess the practice's business risks is essential, says Russell Finn.
This Medeconomics guide pulls together key guidance and provides downloadable checklists and tips to help you prepare for your practice's CQC inspection. This series has been updated to include guidance on the CQC's new key lines of enquiry.
CQC inspectors are likely to want to look at your HR folders and records to check that you can evidence your HR and recruitment policies.
During a CQC inspection the inspectors will want to talk to staff to assess whether they understand the practice's policies, procedures and overarching strategy.
The key to ensuring your CQC inspection goes smoothly is thorough preparation. Practice manager Fionnuala O'Donnell pulls together key guidance and provides downloadable checklists and tips to help you prepare. This series has been updated to include guidance on the CQC's new key lines of enquiry.
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