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Thursday 30 March 2017

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29.03.17: General practice staff show concern for workforce levels and NHS budgets as the Government sets in motion the UK's departure from the EU.
27.03.17: Dr Chaand Nagpaul is not afraid to voice his views on the topics that matter to general practice. As the chair of the British Medical Association (BMA)’s General Practice Committee (GPC), he has fought hard to highlight the crisis in general practice as well as to ensure the profession is well represented within the wider NHS.
24.03.17: A shiny new GP surgery reopened after a state-of-the-art makeover. Dr Surinder Chaggar explains how he got the NHS to fund it.
23.03.17: Health minister, David Mowat, who is responsible for general practice, has said that the current 7,500 GP practices in England could be compacted into just 1,500 ‘super-hubs’.
06.03.17: HMRC has announced that from next month there will be 'changes to the way the current intermediaries legislation (known as IR35) is applied to off-payroll working in the public sector'.
01.03.17: NHS chief executive Simon Stevens has announced upcoming changes to regional healthcare commissioning, during questioning from the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) in a select committee meeting on 27 February.
03.03.17: The additional work undertaken by practice managers and administrative staff as a result of Capita’s overhaul of the patient records system last year will be compensated, NHS England has said.
28.02.17: Anthony Brand advises on how to develop the perfect business plan.
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Angela Sharda: Dr Chaand Nagpaul is not afraid to voice his views on the topics that matter to general practice. As the chair of the British Medical Association (BMA)’s General Practice Committee (GPC), he has fought hard to highlight the crisis in general practice as well as to ensure the profession is well represented within the wider NHS.
Andrew McHugh: I’m not sure what I enjoyed least about the campaign, the bullying, the bribery or the bluster of Boris Johnson
Dwysan Rowena: Will the money promised now be spent on Welsh local priorities rather than within the EU?

Events 2017

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