Not Arvind Madan
The ombudsman will probably insist he is retained on the list and is provided with visits by said GP....
Duh. Why were they doing them in the first place??
And who's fault is this? Cant blame the Government for foolish practices doing unfunded work?
So rather than comment on the welfare of the gp in question, the ccg reassured that there is another body in his place. Nice.
GP Partner Manchester
Are you sure about that? Ive not come across anything that states you can charge when a SAR is regarding a subset vs the whole of the records?
What?? Babylon declining to comment on a pulse article??
Tin hat on. Off to the bunker with baked beans for the next year......
What happened to the last zero tolerance approach?
HCA £8/hr. Probably takes 3mins to do a flu jab. Hence costs 40p per jab of you were hiring specifically to do this. But most of the time they are there anyway doing bloods and other unfunded work.
But you're right. It is 'free' if a partner does it. Exactly the attitude that is bringing partnership to its knees.
There's a reason you have practice nurse/HCA.
Starting to get a bit tired of babylon with their instant, aggressive statements (and the pulse who seem to have an direct line to them)
They are new to the game. Hence i would start to show a bit of respect for those around them.
Or maybe RCGP are right? Maybe Babylon are the amazon of health? Low cost, high risk, lack of care, high profits, low taxes?
Anything to do with Prof Field's impeding retirement???!
NHSE/capita do not have the final say. They like to think they have.
FHSAU do. Any dispute, take it to them and revel in you victory.
Yes capita are terrible. But you had to cut a member of staff because they withheld 7k from you?? Seriously??
Did i read this correctly? They want us to pay for a service that they should have implemented years ago? and the only benefit they can see for us is that we can free up a room that we get paid for anyway??
Blue skies thinking from NHSBA.....
Step back and read the pathetic letters our MDOs 'advise' us to write. Full of apologies and guilt trips and information on how they can take their complaint further. When the patient sees these, they do not usually drop the complaint. They push it further as they see it as a admission of guilt.
12.15 is dead right when he says they do this to furnish business for themselves.
You do not have to send these lettesr. Re write them to suit yourself and remove some of the weaselly, pathetic comments they want us to use to debase ourselves. It is not a condition of your indemnity to send their letters word for word.
Has pulse got shares in Babylon??
"It was a really proud moment when we had a big event on the 27th June at the Royal College of Physicians and after months of hard work were able to show that actually the AI is now performing on a par with doctor"
The exact moment when you lost me.....
The easy way to bounce this is to provide the patient with online access to their records.
They are free to print as much as they want or give their solicitor access to do so.
Wasnt this the guy that went into cahoots with Channel 4 to make the utterly deplorable Dispatches programme in 2011?
Making secret recordings of colleagues to make uncontextualised generalisations against the profession doesnt show unity.
Love it how locums think anyone who doesnt pay their sky high fees is 'greedy'!
How about 'greedy' locums reducing their rates? If partners are expected to allow their income to reduce for the benefit of maintaining an NHS service, locums should be happy to do the same!