A 'large' sum of unallocated pension funds has still yet to be distributed to GPs and other healthcare professionals - more than two years after it was believed the problems were being tackled, Pulse has learned.
The Government has accepted that changes it made to the NHS pension scheme in 2015 are unlawfully discriminatory on the basis of age and will need to be 'remedied'.
The BMA has called on the next prime minister to urgently solve the pension tax crisis.
NHS England’s flagship patient feedback tool will be modified next year, with patients no longer being asked if they would recommend the service to their family or friends.
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.
Less than half of patients are offered on-the-day appointments, according to new figures.
More than eight in 10 GP training posts have been filled in Scotland so far this year, official figures have revealed.
GPs do not take notice of pharmacist recommendations on medication, because they believe the suggestions are 'unlikely' to benefit patients, according to new research.
Professor Martin Marshall named as new RCGP chair Subscription
The new chair of the RCGP has been announced as Professor Martin Marshall.
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.
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.