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Managing workload to deliver safe patient care
Guidance and templates for GP practices on the safe provision of core services to patients.
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PMS reviews and equitable funding are changing. Read the GPC's guide to help you stay informed.
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There are a number of continuing issues effecting GP practices about which you need to be kept informed.
Here we will highlight those issues and provide useful guidance to help you.
Details of the 2015-2016 contract changes, including QOF updates, enhanced services and much more.
Latest contract changes
Read guidance on providing key GP services
Alliances and federations
Drugs, prescribing and dispensing
Patient records (Ethics)
Vaccinations and immunisations
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Read guidance on managing your practice premises
Read guidance on managing practice staff
Auto-enrolment and your duties as an employer (Pensions)
Claiming GP trainee expenses
Employer Advisory Service
GP trainee framework contract
Model contracts for salaried GPs
Guidance about GP contracts - terms and conditions and further contract and enhanced services information.
QOF guidance 2014-2015
Contract checking service
GP contracts and funding
As a GP you may be asked to carry out a lot of non-contractual work that incurs a fee.
We publish fees and guidance for much of this work as well as general advice on setting fees and how to check your contract.
Fee-paying work for GPs
We aim to bring you the most up to date information and guidance on how best to deliver services to your patients. If you can't find what you need email firstname.lastname@example.org
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