Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, primary care services have faced unprecedented challenges in delivering both the COVID-19 vaccination rollout and the continued delivery of the national childhood immunisation programme.
Does the shift to digital healthcare risk widening the inequalities that have been highlighted during the coronavirus pandemic? SCW’s MD Michael van Hemert was one of four panelists to assess the situation at a virtual roundtable event.
Creating a legal entity Limited Company to manage the functions of the PCN? So, what's in it for you?
You want a successful Primary Care Network (PCN) that supports the member practices to deliver efficient services for your patients. You also want to keep the practices sustainable and resilient.
Three million people have now missed cancer screenings due to COVID-19 since March 2020, according to Cancer Research UK. And 6,400 patients referred to cancer services have waited more than three months for a response.
Commissioned by NHS England and NHS Improvement, we're supporting the 20/21 enhanced winter flu programme by optimising uptake of the vaccination among the most eligible groups of people so they protect themselves, their families, their communities as well as the NHS and social care services.
What could General Practice be doing to plan for the delivery of Extended Access? If you're a Primary Care Network or GP federation looking ahead to April 2021 and thinking about the ongoing delivery of Extended Access, you're not alone.
Whatever the stage of your Primary Care Network (PCN) development you will be grappling with a number of core challenges involved in establishing, managing and developing your PCN.