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    A tectonic shift in general practice Subscription

    01 Jul 2014 By Nigel Praities Editor's Blog

    Tremors are being felt as CCGs prepare to take over large swathes of primary care budgets, writes Pulse editor Nigel Praities

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    Daylight robbery Subscription

    25 Mar 2014 By Through The K Hole

    Through the K Hole takes a look at the latest cost-saving schemes in general practice

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    Pedal to the metal, all the way

    20 Mar 2014 By Hadrian Moss

    Now Spring has sprung, Dr Hadrian Moss is looking positively at general practice’s future- despite pressures in practice funding

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    Please don’t slash my allowance

    07 Feb 2014 By Shaba Nabi

    We all hate being treated like children - but maybe if GPs were approached in the same way Dr Shaba Nabi deals with her children, general practice might not be experiencing a workforce crisis

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    A regulator still looking for a job Subscription

    06 Feb 2014 By Pulse Team Blog

    Monitor has very little new to say in its report published today on GP services, finds Sofia Lind

  • k hole

    Gimme, gimme, gimme Subscription

    23 Jan 2014 By Through The K Hole

    How much do GPs really earn? The truth doesn’t seem to matter, says Through the K Hole…

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    DESpair Subscription

    15 Jul 2013 By Tony Copperfield

    Copperfield wrings his hands again over the new DES arrangements - the paperwork, the complexity and the payments

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    Let GPs lead the measles fightback Subscription

    02 May 2013 By Margaret McCartney

    Outbreaks can be overcome, but it takes a unified response. Will general practice be allowed to get on with the job, asks Margaret?

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    Reasons to be cheerful? Er... Subscription

    25 Apr 2013 By Tony Copperfield

    There are plenty of reasons to be miserable this year, Copperfield writes, but at least we can rely on a bit of financial stability, right? Wrong…

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    What the heck is the CQRS and why do we need it?

    01 Mar 2013 By Hadrian Moss

    From April 2013 the QMAS will be replaced by a more versatile service called the Calculating Quality Reporting Service (CQRS) which will also be used to replace existing manual systems for determining achievement and processing returns. So why the change?