First Practice Management is proud to announce the results of the 2019 Practice Manager Salary Survey, which received more than 750 responses from GP managers across the UK. This year we are asking if it is time for Practice Managers’ salaries to be standardised… what do you think?
Our Policy and Procedure Library is constantly being updated in line with the changes and developments to policy and law that affect primary care.
Before the full PM Salary Survey results are released later this week, let’s take an inside look at some of the comments you shared with us, looking at everything from asking for a pay rise and never-ending emails to increased collaborative working and Primary Care Networks.
This month we are showcasing the fantastic things Phoenix Famiy Care are doing in their communities and the services they’re particularly proud of.
A bumper package of documents dealing with disciplinaries has been reviewed this week, each tailored to the needs of GP practice managers.
At the start of a New Year and a new decade, an anonymous PM reflects on the changes we have seen in primary care and the wider NHS in the 2010s and asks what the future has in store for our National Health Service.
If you made a career-related New Year’s resolution for 2020, you’re not alone. January is traditionally the month of job hunting and if you are considering a new role in GP practice management, there are many opportunities to put your talent on display.
With the advent of Primary Care Networks, a general election and the final Star Wars film, 2019 had a lot going on.
This week we have a bumper package of policies tailored to the needs of GP practice managers.
It's that time again! We've put together a handy awareness days calendar detailing some of the key days coming up in January, and links to the official pages so you can get involved too.
It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas! We asked our FPM Connect members what their perfect Christmas day would look like. We also have some gift ideas for your staff!
Every job comes with its unique stresses and pressures, but we know from talking to our members that the role of a GP Practice Manager can often feel very isolated. That’s why it’s so important to take care of your wellbeing, build peer connections and strike a good work-life balance.
Our Policy and Procedure Library is constantly being updated in line with the changes and developments to policy and law that affect primary care. The documents are easy to pick up and use, meaning you can tailor them to the unique needs of your practice with minimum fuss.
The General Election is just around the corner and General Practice and the NHS have been a key political battleground throughout the campaign. FPM has taken an in-depth look at the main parties’ promises relating to the NHS and Primary Care to help clear up some of the political fog.
A series of HR-related documents have been updated on a wide variety of topics, from our sample Job Application Form to letters for use during staff members’ probation periods. Don’t forget to take a look at our recent article on how to tackle Common HR Issues this Winter for more useful HR tips.
The election is right around the corner and unsurprisingly the NHS is figuring prominently. Each party has its own answers to the problems within the health service, and numerous proposals have been made hoping to get our vote.
A series of HR-related documents have been updated on a wide variety of topics, from expense claims to making reasonable adjustments for disabled staff. Don’t forget to take a look at our invaluable new article on how to tackle Common HR Issues this Winter.
Cold weather and festivities bring new HR challenges with them. In this article we explore some of the problems that practices often face over the festive season.
Several months after the official formation of Primary Care Networks, it seems a good time to review how things are going.
This week’s updated FPM policy documents include a very useful HR-related resource for organising maternity leave.