New resource to support general practice

This week sees the launch of the Medeconomics website, which aims to provide practical, accessible advice and information on the full range of practice management issues.

The team behind GP has created Medeconomics to help GPs and practice managers run their business more effectively. The site provides expert advice and analysis to help practices meet the challenges of operating in tough financial times and make the most of NHS reforms.

Content is divided into clear sections, which cover topics including finance, contracts, enhanced services, premises, practice management, HR, QOF and CQC registration. The CCG agenda section will also provide insight and analysis on how CCGs are impacting on the day-to-day running of general practice.

Medeconomics also includes the new and improved Database of GP Fees to help ensure practices are claiming funding correctly and making the most of all new earning opportunities.

Divided into NHS Funding and Allowances and Private and Professional Fees, the database provides information about the main funding streams available to general practice.

The A to Z list of Private and Professional Fees has been significantly improved so practices can easily find the information they are looking for and identify possible new sources of income.

Medeconomics has surveyed more than 500 GPs and practice managers to find the average rates charged for the most commonly used ‘negotiable’ fess to help practices benchmark your rates and earnings in these areas.

Visit to find out how the site could help your practice.

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