An NHS foundation trust in Birmingham has taken over two GP surgeries and will soon run another from June.
The pharmacy regulator is putting GPs in the position of policing the prescribing of online pharmacies when it comes to high-risk medicines, the BMA has warned.
Decisions by CCGs to switch insulin types to save money has led to a number of medicines safety incidents, a pharmacist report has warned.
A bus company has written to local GPs asking their opinion on the fitness of patients to drive their coaches, it has emerged.Â
TheÂ telephone-first approach is not a solution to patient demand and GP workload, according to a new study.Â
Many GPs are not making use of freely available cancer risk assessment tools to spot urgent cases, a study suggests.
NHS England has highlighted that almost nine in 10 salaried GPs now work part time, in its official response to Pulseâ€™s workload survey.
A portrait worth Â£3.6m is on display in an East Yorkshire GP waiting room as part of an initiative to widen access to art.
GPs are being encouraged to do more testing to identify patients infected with viruses in NHS contaminated blood products used in the 1970s and 1980s, as a public inquiry into the scandal gets underway.
The workforce implementation planÂ has been delayed again.
Babylon GP at Hand is in the process of registering as its own primary care network, Pulse has learned.Â
Automation in healthcare could reduce the need for GP visits, and save time and money in primary care, according to a new report launched by the health secretary.
GPs in England will receive just 9p of new funding per patient this year to cover the costs of inflation and the new work involved in the GMS contract, with the bulk of the global sum uplift coming from money recycled elsewhere.
GP practices are facing â€˜extortionateâ€™ increases in premises costs that could force layoffs and salary cuts, despite ongoing negotiations to bring them down, Pulse has learned.Â
GPs resilience and ability to â€˜make doâ€™ is not a sustainable solution to funding that does not meet their needs