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Exclusive GP practices have yet to claim millions of pounds in CQC fees from the past year, Pulse understands.
Practices will receive funding through the global sum to enable direct booking of GP appointments through NHS 111, NHS England has announced.
GPs who are members of the Medical Defence Union are still at risk of being held liable for historic claims once the Government's indemnity scheme is introduced in April.
Scottish GP leaders are seeking ‘concrete reassurance’ from the Government that practices will not have to foot the bill for a proposed increase in employer pension contributions.
Different legal structures must be made available to partners holding GMS and PMS contracts to mitigate the risk of unlimited liability that partners face, according to the review of the partnership model in England.
The CQC will assess GP practices on their ability to support carers, under guidelines laid out in the NHS long-term plan.
GP will not be given the right to charge for patient information requests as it would ‘weaken the rights of patients’, culture, media and sport minister Margot James has said.
GPs will be protected by a new 'zero tolerance' policy aiming to reduce the number of assaults on NHS staff.
GPs running a practice in Cardiff have been told they can’t close a branch surgery, despite being locked in a dispute with the landlord of the premises.
The way CQC fees are to be calculated for GP providers will remain the same in 2019/20, the regulator has said.
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