A new service promises to ‘deliver’ GPs to a patient’s workplace or home, in the latest of a line of private service to spring up in recent months.
Around 60% of GPs say that the number of staff working in GP practices will decrease as a result of Brexit, a survey by the publishers of Pulse has revealed.
GPs should receive more training in detecting patients at risk of suicide and those suffering with depression, MPs have said.
Almost one in three calls to NHS 111 will be assessed by a clinician under plans to ‘beef up’ the helpline, NHS England has said today.
Proposed cuts to the GP training budget could seriously threaten quality, the RCGP has warned.
GPs have to date been paid over £2.5m by NHS England to review and assess patient documentation that was lost in transit.
Almost nine in 10 GPs find that heavy workload is compromising the quality of the care they can provide to patients, a survey has found.
One in 20 GP patients ‘have a gambling problem’ Subscription
GPs should pay more attention to gambling addiction as it turns out one in 20 patients may have a problem, researchers have suggested.
The number of people in the UK with type 2 diabetes has tripled over the last 20 years, a study has shown.
The Scottish Government has begun automatically extracting patient data from GP practice records.
Every A&E department in the country will have to ensure it has a 'GP streaming service' in place before next winter, NHS England's chief executive has said.