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Wednesday 23 August 2017
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How can practices tap into sustainable solutions to today’s workload pressures?

Friday 11th August 2017

GP shortages, outdated IT equipment, inadequate premises and a funding crisis. All familiar headlines for the NHS, underpinned by a rapidly increasing workload for most GP practices.  Undoubtedly, there are significant challenges ahead. But behind the headlines, pioneering work is already going on as practices look to technology to help futureproof the NHS and ensure the service can survive in the long term. So where are the quick wins for practices looking to improve quality and...

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