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Supporting Leaders in Primary Care

Conference/seminar 06/09/2017 • 13.00–14.00Jonathan Serjeant

This webinar, as part of the RCGP-Nuffield Trust GP at Scale programme, will cover leadership and resilience of large scale general practice organisations

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Quality at scale

Conference/seminar 30/08/2017 • 13.00–14.00

This webinar, as part of the RCGP-Nuffield Trust GP at Scale programme, will explore quality in the context of large scale general practice organisations.

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GPs working in accountable care organisations

Conference/seminar 12/07/2017 • 13.00–14.00Ed Waller

The first webinar of the RCGP-Nuffield Trust GP at Scale programme will cover the ways in which GPs can participate with new care models and the implications for practices.

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General practice at scale: is it working for front-line GPs?

Blog post 24/05/2017Natasha Curry

Natasha Curry looks at how the move to large scale general practice is working on the ground, and invites GPs to take part in a new survey on large-scale general practice.

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Moving care out of hospital won’t save money, experts warn

Press release 01/03/2017

Schemes that deliver healthcare closer to home are often better for patients but largely fail to save the NHS money.

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Arvind Madan: The Hurley Group story

Presentation 23/01/2017

In this slideshow, Dr Arvind Madan, Partner and CEO of the Hurley Group, discusses growth to make a difference in general practice in London. Dr Madan presented at the event  Transforming …

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Why extending GP hours won’t solve the A&E crisis

Blog post 16/01/2017Dr Rebecca Rosen

Dr Rebecca Rosen examines why extending GP opening hours might actually worsen the winter crisis currently facing A&E.

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Is bigger better? Lessons for large-scale general practice

Report 19/07/2016Dr Rebecca Rosen | Stephanie Kumpunen | Natasha Curry | Dr Alisha Davies | Dr Luisa Pettigrew | Lucia Kossarova

The study examined the factors affecting their evolution and their impact on quality, staff and patient experience.

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New large-scale GP organisations are helping practices cope, but little sign so far of improvements in care

Press release 19/07/2016

Our new research shows that new large-scale GP organisations are helping practices cope, but showing little sign so far of improvements in care.

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Cornerstone of NHS reforms faces uncertain future

Press release 12/07/2016

Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) have secured better engagement from GPs than previous forms of commissioning but still face numerous barriers to putting power in doctors’ hands, according to a new report published by The King’s Fund and the Nuffield Trust.

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