A benefits letter sent to GPs explaining patients are fit for work is still 'misleading' despite having been revised by the Department for Work and Pensions, family doctors have warned.
Public health in Wigan has improved due to social prescribers, despite austerity cuts for almost ten years, according to a think tank.
A GP has seen his indemnity premiums rise by almost £600 per month after it emerged his prison work may not be covered under the state-backed indemnity scheme.
GPs in England receive over a quarter of a million inappropriate referrals from NHS 111 every month, a Pulse survey has shown
A superpractice is to close one of its surgeries in Hull next month after a lack of GPs led to 'serious' concerns about its ability to provide a safe service for patients.
An NHS retention scheme that has stopped hundreds of hospital nurses from leaving the health service will be rolled out to include general practice staff, NHS England has announced.
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Doctors have called for the GMC and CQC to review how they process complaints and inspections.
Practices can hire chaplains to provide ‘religious support’ for patients, the RCGP has said
The proportion of patients deregistering from a digital GP provider and returning to their original practice is three times higher than patients switching between traditional practices.
Patients who have dementia should be offered activities to help promote their wellbeing, according to NICE.
Around 5% of practices are still not connected to the NHS app, despite the deadline of 1 July passing
A major new IT provider due to be rolled out to GP practices in Wales has been forced to delay its introduction to ‘ensure the system is safe and stable’.
Patients can now access health information through voice-assisted technology, as part of a partnership between the NHS and Amazon.
Health secretary Matt Hancock has said he will 'look' at including a new deadline for increasing the GP workforce by an extra 5,000 in the final version of the NHS's forthcoming workforce plan.
Patients with type 2 diabetes are being offered free bike hire on prescription by GPs as part of a new pilot in Wales.
A group of leading health and social care charities have united to call on the Government to reverse the cuts made to public health funding.
Black and minority ethnic doctors are more likely to face a GMC investigation from complaints about them compared to their white counterparts
Babylon GP at Hand will expand its service to Birmingham tomorrow after the London-based provider received approval from Hammersmith and Fulham CCG in a board meeting today.
Patients registering at the new GP at Hand expansion in Birmingham will be on the Babylon primary care network patient list in London, Babylon has confirmed
GP staffing issues need ‘sufficient levels of investment’ if the profession is to keep up with increased demand, according to a think-tank analysis