CQC practice inspections have changed. PCC can run workshops to update practices on the changes and help them to prepare for a good inspection. The workshop, for practice managers, business managers and GPs will cover what to expect and how to get the most from the opening presentation. The sessions, led by experienced practice managers, should reduce the time and cost of preparation and improve your practice’s prospects for the right outcome. Delegates will be provided with a toolkit to enable them to triangulate the regulations, key lines of enquiry and supporting evidence. Contact us for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
Arguably the most important purpose of PCNs is to resolve the crisis in the primary care workforce. New roles promise to widen the range of skills in general practice and to relieve existing pressures, particularly on GPs. Expanded teams can not only help make workload manageable but offer several benefits to practices and their patients.
The latest statistics about patients treated by NHS dentists are broken down to dental practice level for the first time. The report from NHS Digital shows that half of all adults in England saw an NHS dentist in the two years to June 2019, a slight decrease on the same period to June 2018.
Members of the PCC team will be cycling the equivalent of the journey from Leeds to London, 170 miles, for our nominated charities Cardiac Risk in the Young and the Alzheimer’s Society on 18 September.
Members of the PCC team will be cycling the equivalent of the journey from Leeds to London, 170 miles, for our nominated charities: Cardiac Risk in the Young and the Alzheimer’s Society. PCC is dedicated to its social mission and operates a fundraising and volunteering programme. The team take on this cycling challenge on 18 September.