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One of our most popular recent forum threads has been shedding light on the thorny issue of hours and overtime. With a seemingly endless list of to-do items, a practice manager’s job is never done – and many are bearing the brunt of this by working hours far longer than their contracts stipulate. Working overtime
It has been announced recently that the World Health Organisation (WHO) has revoked the UK’s status as being “free from measles” following a rising number of reported cases and a decline in the number of children receiving the Mumps, Measles and Rubella vaccination (MMR)* Although the virus was previously eliminated in 2016, there has been
With over “14 million missed doctors’ appointments occurring every year across England”* it’s more important than ever to engage with patients in a way that’s guaranteed to help drive responses. Research shows that over 65% of people find postal mailings to be particularly informative**, and this is why letters remain one of the most popular
A controversial on-line video service is on the brink of getting permission to operate fully in Birmingham, it has been reported. GP At Hand is currently limited to recruiting 2,600 NHS patients in Birmingham and Solihull – but has been given until 15 September to meet conditions to have the restrictions lifted. Details of the
More than 700 practices in England have regular half-day closures during the week, it was claimed yesterday. The number was obtained by the Daily Mail through a Freedom of Information request. The newspaper claims that many of the half-days are taken for “lengthy lunch breaks” or afternoons off. But GP leaders said practices might need
Under the Equality Act 2010, an employee has the right to compare salaries with others to establish differences in pay Having worked in the general practice side of National Health Service administration, either in a local health organisation or in general practice since the mid 1960s, I’m used to seeing salary scales published annually. Prior
Are you still undertaking the payroll or book keeping yourself to save a few pounds of outsourcing costs? AISMA accountant Michael Ogilvie* explains why this can be a false economy. In our experience, some practice managers explain that doing the payroll and book keeping themselves gives them some respite from the pressure of managing a