Sponsored blog: Getting to grips with leasing matters

The tricky business of leasing is enough to leave GP partners in need of expert advice. Sam Hopkins,... More

Technology blog: E-rostering and the workforce management system shaping general practice

Brian Kessie, head of technology development at Skills for Health looks at the dilemmas associated with... More

Blog: The success of seven-day service using a tri-federation model

Sohail Munshi, GP and chair of the Manchester Primary Care Partnership (MPCP) discusses the organisations... More

CHC placements need greater financial scrutiny

Continuing Healthcare is a significant cost to CCGs across the country, but do CCGs know the underlying... More

Sponsored blog: How speech recognition can save GPs up to two hours per day

GP practices are clearly busier than they have ever been and it’s not just the GPs who bear the brunt.... More

Management blog: Federation versus super practice

As GP practices are faced with increasingly pinched budgets – in the face of an accelerating ageing... More

Sponsored blog: Minimising risks and potential costs

Getting staffing issues wrong in organisational changes can be expensive and – just as importantly... More

Legal blog: A tired and overworked GP workforce benefits no one

A new campaign by The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), hopes to highlight the heavy... More

Blog: Top tips on getting to grips with the new whistleblowing guidance for GP practices

Victoria Watson, partner in Capsticks’ employment team, explores how primary care leaders should use NHS... More

Blog: Why joint commissioning is vital for families who don’t have time to waste

There are 49,000 children in the UK with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions - the equivalent of... More


January/February Practice Business

Private healthcare | HIV | Indemnity

The latest issue...

  • Twitter
  • latest added