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New Care Models – rules for GP engagement

2018-10-02T15:02:00+00:00

In his second blog for us , independent management consultant Scott McKenzie looks into the questions around new models of care: Following on from my last blog on New Models of Care, I was asked if I could share the 6 questions I use to engage General Practice, and if I had examples of this in action. [...]

New Care Models – rules for GP engagement2018-10-02T15:02:00+00:00

Stress in the NHS is here to stay – a strategy for coping

2018-09-05T16:01:52+00:00

Whilst there are very few reports about the prevalence of mental ill health within the NHS, we do know that doctors, nurses and many others in the healthcare profession face mental health risk factors, both occupational and individual. Specialist services developed specifically for interventions for doctors with mental health problems tend to show promising results, but lack of anonymity prevents many [...]

Stress in the NHS is here to stay – a strategy for coping2018-09-05T16:01:52+00:00

New Models of Care

2018-10-02T15:02:54+00:00

With the introduction of New Models of Care for the provision of services at scale through, for example, an Integrated Care Systems (ICS), Multispecialty Community Provider (MCP), Primary and Acute Care Systems (PACS), and Accountable Care Organisations (ACO) - all of which include the Primary Care Home (http://www.napc.co.uk/primary-care-home) - it is essential that General Practice takes the time to explore its [...]

New Models of Care2018-10-02T15:02:54+00:00

PMA Making Positive Changes in GP Practices with Training Business

2018-07-25T10:58:50+00:00

Primary care workforce development specialist has seen a three-fold increase in uptake of its training workshops and strong growth in diploma courses across the UK Primary care workforce development specialist The Practice Managers Association (PMA) is making positive changes in GP practices, reporting a strong start to 2018, having seen three-fold annualised growth in the uptake of its training workshops over [...]

PMA Making Positive Changes in GP Practices with Training Business2018-07-25T10:58:50+00:00

#MyGPandMe

2018-07-22T12:55:53+00:00

The Practice Managers Association has joined #MyGPandMe, in an advisory role. Here, we look at this new campaign to improve healthcare outcomes for people with learning disabilities and autism, and how you can make a real difference in your practice: Dimensions is a national not-for-profit support provider for people with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs. The organisation has a strong [...]

#MyGPandMe2018-07-22T12:55:53+00:00

NHS Ransomware – Why WhatsApp Shouldn’t be Our Fall-Back Solution in General Practice

2018-07-18T11:16:03+00:00

NHS Ransomware We all witnessed the NHS falling victim to a crippling ransomware attack that took out most of the major IT systems in up to 45 sites across the country including general practices. In the following days and weeks, clinical personnel were unable to access information on the central network, including patient records, x-rays, blood results and appointment information. In order to reduce disruption and delays in treatment, doctors [...]

NHS Ransomware – Why WhatsApp Shouldn’t be Our Fall-Back Solution in General Practice2018-07-18T11:16:03+00:00