The BMA and NHS Employers have called for new submissions this month, with oral evidence-giving sessions planned for April and May.
Dr Stephen Hayes, dermatology GPSI in Southampton and a member of the Primary Care Dermatology Society, said he wants something in the quality framework to encourage GPs to implement NICE guidance on skin cancer recognition.
'Ninety per cent of lesions sent up to clinics are benign', he said. 'That's an immense case for better lesion recognition in primary care.'
Better evidence-based treatment for acne should also be included, as should chronic disease management of eczema and psoriasis, he added.