Your next, all-new, 68-page fortnightly edition of GP is out Monday but you can download it first on our award-winning iPad app tomorrow afternoon. It features an analysis of the PMS and MPIG funding changes facing practices, an exclusive interview with Londonwide LMCs (@LondonwideLMCs) chief executive Dr Michelle Drage (@MichelleDrage) about yesterday's #GPconfLDN and a clinical review of Prader-Willi syndrome.
What NHS England and the HSCIC (@HSCIC) need to do for care.data to fulfil its potential by Dr Chris Lancelot (@DrChris Lancelot).
Join RCGP (@RCGP) chairwoman Dr Maureen Baker (@RCGPMaureen) for a Twitter debate about its #PutPatientsFirst campaign between 1 and 2pm on Friday:
GP practice in crisis. RCGP are launching a campaign to seek reversal of disinvestment in one of our vital services #putpatientsfirst— Dr Mark McCaldin (@mccaldin) February 12, 2014
GP revealed exclusively on Tuesday that 40% of GMS practices face an MPIG loss:
The controversy over care.data continues:
@iona_heath the data is anonymous - police have no right to records no and wont in the future— Clare Gerada (@clarercgp) February 6, 2014
The opportunity for some patient recognition:
Patients in Lancashire can vote for their favourite health worker. Voting closing on 28th Feb. View nominations here: http://t.co/N80Gtpky6F— Stuart Berry (@StuartBerry1) February 10, 2014
And, finally, where did I put my stethoscope?
@medsingle you can have mine. I ERM don't use it much* *unsure where it is— Faisal (@FaisalMajid3) February 12, 2014