• Consultancy and project support

    20 November 2018

    We provide support for a range of programmes and local projects, including but not limited to:

    Developing primary care networks
    Primary care networks are the key to sustainability for existing primary care organisations – and promise to be the building blocks of the integrated care systems of the future. Successful primary care networks will be built on common purpose, clear vision and strong relationships. We can help you to clarify the possibilities if you’re starting out and help you to take the next steps if you are already on the journey.

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  • Events and e-learning

    20 November 2018
    Our event programme is at the heart of everything we do. We run training and development events for commissioners and providers on:
    • Primary care development
    • Integrated care systems
    • Personal and team development
    • Developing primary care teams 
    • Primary care contracting and policy issues
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  • Newsletters

    20 November 2018

    Asked what our customers like about PCC, most mention “keeping me up to a date”. Our newsletters keep more than 70,000 people in the NHS up to date. They include:

    PCC Commissioning News – weekly (Tuesday) bulletin covering policy news, latest tools and resources, strategy and operational issues and anything else of interest to health and care commissioners.

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  • Correspondence management: save GP time and improve morale

    1 November 2018

    GP practices that have got to grips with correspondence management have realised impressive savings in GP time and increased the job satisfaction of clerical teams. Practices receive hundreds of items of correspondence each week. Up to 60% of this could be managed by the clerical team without involving a GP. This half-day workshop shows practices how it’s done and addresses two of the high-impact actions of the GP Forward View: Develop the team and Productive workflows.

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  • Disruptive innovation? Online consultation and general practice

    29 October 2018

    New tools and services are already allowing general practice to work in new ways. They range from systems that enable practices to improve patient flows to AI based apps that do some of the work of GPs and services where the only face to face contact between doctor and patient is on a screen.

    This half-day event on 15 November in Manchester for primary care commissioners will explain some of the approaches on offer, with examples of products and services in use today.

    The latest speaker to confirm is Dr Zubair Ahmed, founder of MedicSpot, who will talk about the benefits of making GPs available in community pharmacies. Patients are able to have a video consultation with a GP while performing their own diagnostic tests – assisted by pharmacy staff if necessary. MedicSpot is provided as well as not instead of existing GP services and does not require the patient to de-register. Benefits, according to the company, including reduced attendance at A&E and other NHS services.

    Delegates who attended this event previously described it as "thought provoking" and "very well presented." 91% of delegates would recommend it to a colleague and 100% rated the speakers as very good or excellent. Book now to secure your place.

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