Exclusive Commissioners in parts of England have suggested they will charge GPs up to £1,800 a year to access data protection officers that are required under new laws, Pulse can reveal.
General practice in parts of Essex could become ‘unsustainable’ following the development of hundreds flats, a CCG has warned.
The BMA has called for the NHS’s long-term plan to allow GPs to set workload limits, in an effort to avoid ‘a series of serious issues’ in primary care.
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The ongoing review into the GP partnership model will be 'critical' and lead to a reduction in bureaucracy relating to paperwork and appraisals, the health secretary has said.
Public Health England is set to relaunch its campaign to stop patients pressuring GPs for antibiotics next week, following positive responses from GPs.
All patient records should be moved onto public cloud services, the Department of Health and Social Care has said in new guidance.
Health education bosses have recruited record numbers of GP trainees, surpassing their target of 3,250 for the first time, the health secretary has announced.
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.
GPs have questioned the GMC over plans to share their personal data without obtaining consent.
A single-handed GP with almost 5,000 patients has called off her recruitment attempts after introducing an email triage system and adding non-GP team members.
GP leaders have advised GPs to inform their indemnity providers of a patient records system glitch at East and North Herts Hospital NHS Trust.
GP leaders in Northern Ireland want GPs to have the option of an interest-free loan to enable the NHS to take over responsibility for premises, emulating the offer which has been introduced in Scotland.