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Learn how to survive funding changes at Pulse Live



April 2013 – the go-live month for CCGs – is a buffer zone beyond which lies unnerving uncertainty for general practice.

Get a reality check on your future at Pulse Live, the new annual two-day conference for GPs and practice managers, in Birmingham on 30 April and 1 May.

Come to this free* event to learn: how to cope with sweeping changes to GP funding; how to keep your QOF income up when lucrative organisational indicators are scrapped; and how to survive scrutiny post April-2013.

If the reforms promised you more control over your future, then Pulse Live Advisory Board member Dr Krishna Chaturvedi, a GP in Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex, has warned it isn’t playing out that way. ‘It is looking like a mark two of PCTs,’ he said, calling for grassroots GPs to rally at Pulse Live.

Book now at www.pulse-live.co.uk and decide which day(s) to attend when the detailed programme is out in the New Year.

Get Involved

Contact Pulse Live producer Pat Anderson at Pat.Anderson@briefingmedia.com or tel: 07931 795103 and let us know what you would like to see on the Pulse Live programme.

Free to attend*

*Pulse Live is free to attend for
GPs and practice managers who are registered users of PulseToday/Pulse Learning and who book before 31 December.