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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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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.
GP practices across West Yorkshire have experienced IT problems for almost two weeks, after a failed air-conditioning unit forced a shutdown of servers covering three CCGs.
Exclusive NHS England has privately warned that a review of NHS pensions could have a 'significant' impact on a 'large proportion of the GP community', in a confidential briefing seen by Pulse.
Exclusive A 2,000-patient GP practice in Nottingham has avoided deregistration after taking the CQC to tribunal, Pulse has learned.
Exclusive NHS IT system provider EMIS Health has sent out a survey to 300,000 GP patients asking whether they would consider paying to see their GP more quickly.
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
GP practice vandalised five times in a monthSubscription