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A total of 14 refugee GPs are being retrained as part of a recruitment scheme in the Sandwell and West Birmingham area.
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Practices are being funded for a scheme that will help them focus on reducing attendance their frequent attenders, and implement interventions to refer them to other services.
NHS England is extending the Time for Care programme, after reporting that it has saved nearly £40m worth ofGP appointment time
A GP-led community interest company is set to take back the contracts for three health board-run GP practices in Wrexham.
A tribunal has ruled that the fitness to practise of Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba - the paediatic trainee involved in the death of a six-year-old boy - remains impaired due to her lack of face-to-face patient contact while she was suspended.
LMCs from across the UK have voted down a proposal for bringing in charges for the number of patient contacts alongside list size after it was suggested the controversial measure would encourage ’quantity over quality.’
A quarter of patients are dissatisfied with general practice - the lowest level since data was first collected in 1983 - a new analysis of a national survey has claimed.
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.
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