In our fortnightly news review the team looks at what we know about GP contract negotiations in England for 2023/24 after the BMA rejected NHS England’s ‘insulting’ offer.
They discuss an integrated care board’s plans to commission all GP enhanced services via primary care networks and what the wider implications of this could be. And they talk about the findings of the GMC’s latest review on bias in its processes.
The good news story for this week is about a community in Cornwall that is going to extra lengths to find a new GP to join their local practice.
This episode was presented by GPonline editor Emma Bower, news editor Nick Bostock and senior reporter Eleanor Philpotts. It was produced by Czarina Deen.
- GPs reject 'insulting' contract as BMA issues stark warning over 'death of general practice'
- NHS backs 2.1% salaried GP pay rise from April as contract talks continue
- ICB draft contract spells out plan to move enhanced services worth millions away from practices
- GPs don't believe integrated care systems will improve patient care
- Cornish community creates music video in bid to recruit new GP
- Link to Ain’t Got No Doctor
- Lostwithiel Needs A Doctor website