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Medeconomics is an essential GP business resource providing practical, accessible advice and information on all the important issues in practice management and finance.

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Medeconomics The website is organised as a practice management toolkit with the added extras of real-life case studies, in-depth analysis, and a database of claimable fees.

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.

Our aim is to make a subscription to Medeconomics excellent value for money by helping users to maximise practice profits, meet all necessary performance targets and provide the highest quality service to patients.

Contact the editor of Medeconomics: Sarah Wild

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    It is essential for practices to compare accounts and discuss financial issues early on in the merger process, explains Jenny Stone.

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    From 25 May 2018 practices will be subject to new data protection regulations. Medeconomics provides an overview of the legislation.

  • What practices need to do under the GDPR

    Both the BMA and the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) have released guidance on how the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into effect on 25 May 2018, will impact on practices.

  • A practical guide to budgeting

    Effective budgeting can help practices ensure they are a financial success. Laurence Slavin explains how to do this and provides a sample spreadsheet to help with calculations.

  • Benchmarking the practice's financial performance

    Find out how well your practice is doing by comparing key statistics from your annual accounts with those of other practices, says Laurence Slavin. This article has been updated with figures for 2017.

  • How to present your practice to prospective partners

    To recruit the right partner, practices must present potential benefits accurately and be clear about financial outlay and responsibilities, says Laurence Slavin.

  • What are practices' contractual obligations on e-referrals?

    As part of the 2018/19 GP contract it will be a contractual requirement for practices to use the NHS e-Referral Service (e-RS) for all referrals to first consultant-led outpatient appointments from October 2018.

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