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The Government has promised to spend £150m on cyber security for the NHS over the next three years, following a serious hack attack on more than one third of trusts last year.
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Babylon’s GP at Hand smartphone app ‘advances equality of access to GP services’, an assessment of its impact on patients has found.
Local GP leaders have advised their practices not to register homeless patients using their surgery’s address, contrary to NHS England advice.
A quarter of QOF indicators could be cut under new proposals drawn up following a review of the framework.
BMA declares it has no confidence in the GMCSubscription
Leading doctors in the UK have supported a vote of no confidence in the GMC following the controversial Bawa-Garba court case.
Leading doctors have rejected calls for the BMA to consider charging patients for GP appointments in order to fund the NHS.
GPs hired as part of NHS England’s flagship international recruitment scheme will be paid up to £80,000 per year, according to a national contract.
NHS England is set to invite patients to opt-out of GP record sharing for research purposes from June.
One in six GPs have not heard of new Government data legislation, which will mean providing personal data for free from 25 May.
GPs in three areas of England will be expected to share patient data with social care as well as hospitals in the next two years.
GP numbers are dwindling faster in areas of England where people earn the least money, according to official data.
GP practice vandalised five times in a monthSubscription