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Resources

Since 2003 the GPC has produced a series of “Focus on” documents. These can be found below.

Template letter for request to complete non contractual administrative tasks

Template letter to area team regarding delay to information request or payment

Template letter to CCG regarding inappropriate workload transfer

Template letter to hospital provider re discharge of patients after missed appointment

Template response to inappropriate prescribing requests

Template response to requests for post

Template response to requests for work absence sick notes for less than seven days

Template response to requests to follow up investigations performed in other settings

Template response to secondary care work transfer

Travel Immunisations (25.11.11)

New Tax Brackets (23.07.10)

DH’s Improving GP services (07.06.10)

Patient Registration – FAQs (March 09)

Improving GP Services (24.7.09)

2009-10 GMS Contract Agreement (19.3.09)

Salaried GPs (26.2.09)

Seniority Payments (22.1.09

Dynamising Factor (24.11.08)

How your practice is funded (28.10.08)

Extended Access – amended (29.9.08)

Corporate Manslaughter Act (1.8.08)

Dynamising Factor (25.6.08)

Extended Hours Access (8.4.08)

Quality and Outcomes Framework (28.3.08)

Salaried GPs (18.10.07)

Community Hospitals (1.10.07)

Salaried GPs (14.8.07)

Read Codes (1.3.07)

Quality and Performance Management Standards (13.2.07)

QMAS (13.2.07)

QFO Payments (13.2.07)

Excessive Prescribing (3.11.06)

PES (20.10.06)

Fraudulent Registration (20.6.06)

SFE Changes (6.4.06)

Access (21.3.06)

Revisions to the GMS Contract (10.3.06)

Choice and Booking DES (10.3.06)

Towards Practice Based Commissioning (24.2.06)

Quality and Outcomes Framework (20.2.06)

Quality and Outcomes Framework Appendix 1 (20.2.06)

Quality and Outcomes Framework Appendix 2 (20.2.06)

Agenda for Change (3.12.05)

Community Hospitals (28.7.05)

Community Hospitals Appendix A – Powys Agreement (28.7.05)

Community Hospitals Appendix B – SLA England (28.7.05)

Community Hospitals Appendix C – Costings (28.7.05)

Non-GP Partner Pension Contributions (24.3.05)

Dynamising Factor (24.3.05)

Pensionable Earnings (24.3.05)

Quality Achievement Payments (16.2.05)

Community Hospitals – Interim Guidance (9.2.05)

QMAS (11.10.04)

Superannuation – 2nd update (16.9.04)

Pensions – overview (16.9.04)

Pensions – flexibilities (16.9.04)

Pensions – dynamising factor (16.9.04)

Superannuation Contributions (19.7.04)

Out of Hours (ammended) (30.6.04)

Cash to accruals (25.6.04)

Sale of Goodwill (25.6.04)

Salaried GPs (25.6.04)

Private Practice (24.6.04)

Out of hours (14.6.04)

Quality and Outcomes Framework May 04 (18.4.04)

Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination (4.5.04)

Vaccination and Immunisation (15.4.04)

IT funding – 3rd update (1.4.04)

Premises Costs (1.4.04)

Exception Reporting (17.3.04)

Quality and Outcomes Framework – update (16.3.04)

Patient Registration (12.3.04)

Postgraduate Education (9.3.04)

Financial Monitoring of Enhanced Services (4.3.04)

Standard and Default Contracts (2.3.04)

Role of LMCs (update) (26.2.04)

Practice Staff (24.2.04)

How to Access Information (12.2.04)

Indicative Contractor Budgets (11.2.04)

Choice of Nationally Accredited Systems (6.2.04)

Health Service Body Status (3.2.04)

Enhanced Services (2.2.04)

PMS (2.2.04)

Preparing for Implementation (28.1.04)

Practice Premises (16.1.04)

Funding for IM&T 2nd Document (27.11.03)

Quality Payments (29.10.03)

Role of LMCs (23.10.03)

Role of LMCs Annex 1 (23.10.03)

Role of LMCs Annex 2 (23.10.03)

Role of LMCs Annex 3 (23.10.03)

Funding the new GMS Contract (17.10.03)

Quality and Outcomes Framework (4.9.03)

of the Contract and Partnerships (4.9.03)

Funding for IM&T (4.9.03)

Out of Hours (1.8.03)

Enhanced Services (24.7.03)

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