The BMA has produced guidance for GPs and their practices covering all aspects relating to confidentiality of patient information and medical records.
A range of guidance has been issued for GP Practices
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU Regulation which will be directly applicable in the UK on 25 May 2018.
The General Practice Forward View (GPFV) sets out a programme of support for General Practice over a 5 year period commencing 2016.
GPC England has concluded negotiations with NHS Employers for amendments to the 2018/19 GMS (and PMS) contract.
Information to help GPs and Practice Managers in the daily management of GP premises
YORLMC Ltd cannot provide individual GPs or practices with legal or financial advice. However YORLMC offers all its constituents access to a range of legal services.
Letter templates, guidance, case studies and other practical resources to help you manage your daily work
Information and resources for GPs and practices on the four main models of collaborative working in General Practice.
GMS Regulations, PMS Regulations, and more.
YORLMC has put together a document to help raise awareness/inform practices of the requirements set out in the 2017/19 NHS Standard Contract that have been designed to reduce inappropriate bureaucratic workload shift onto GP practices from secondary care
How to access current occupational health services
The BMA’s guidance on Overseas Visitors and Primary Care and the BMA’s guidance on Patient Registration for GP Practices.
This bulletin highlights: the importance of GPs in partnership entering into a written partnership agreement prepared with the benefit of appropriately qualified legal and accountancy advice. NB: The information in this guidance is in the process of being updated.
Primary Care Support England (PCSE), also known as Capita, have been responsible for the delivery of NHS England's primary care support services since September 2015.
GPs and LMCs identified serious issues with the service from the outset, with patient safety, GP workload and GP finances being affected. Talks between the BMA, NHS England and PCSE began in a bid to raise these issues, to act quickly to resolve them and to give GPs and their practices confidence in the services PCSE provide. However, services are still falling short of what is acceptable.
Removal of patients from your practice list (including immediate removal reasons of violence and abusive behaviour)
YORLMC has produced guidance for practices relating to the above
BMA guidance on how to deal with unfair comments on websites
Guidance re Commercial Weight Management organisations.
Current guidance on the Workforce Minimum Data Set (WMDS)