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General practitioner fundholding

Mary Hinds

General practitioner fundholding

A case study.

by Mary Hinds

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Published by The Author] in [s.l .
Written in English


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Thesis (M. B. A.) - University ofUlster, 1995.

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Open LibraryOL19096425M

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#### Key messages If the general practice fundholding scheme was an afterthought init is now at the forefront of the NHS reforms.1 2 Many practices have joined, covering just over 40% of the population and controlling around 8% of the NHS budget for hospital and community health services.

The scheme is evolving from one with large numbers of go it alone fundholding practices Cited by: The general practitioner (GP) fundholding scheme was introduced as part of the Conservative governments National Health Service reforms and abolished by the Labour government in This paper contends that the scheme was introduced and abolished without policy-makers having any valid evidence of its by: The Lancet Review article General practitioner fundholding: weighing the evidence R.

Petchey PhD Department of General Practice, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham NG7 2UH, UK A new development in the British National Health Service is fundholding, whereby certain general practitioners are given budgets from which they purchase services for by: Analysis of a routine dataset of 9 million hospital episodes inextracting elective general practitioner fundholding procedures, combined with census variables, vital statistics, and Author: Angela Coulter.

The average number of times a patient consulted their general practitioner rose from a year in to in 3 Ingeneral practitioners were estimated to be making between 12 and 30 home visits each day and seeing between 15 and 50 patients in their surgeries.

4Cited by: 4. Background: Two separate prescribing budget regimes (part of GP fundholding and the indicative prescribing scheme) were introduced into UK general practice in April in an attempt to contain the growth in NHS expenditure on prescribed drugs.

Objectives: The aims of this study are (i) to examine whether the fundholding scheme has been more effective at containing prescribing cost growth Cited by: Melanie Bragg's easy-to-read book "HIPAA For the General Practitioner" is a practical guide for anyone interested in the federal laws relating to the privacy and security of the transmission of protected health information (PHI.) It is a book for all professionals and it de-mystifies the subject in a way even the layperson can understand.5/5(3).

GP Fundholding was created in as part of the quasi-market created in the National Health Service by the Thatcher Government's National Health Service and Community Care Act It has some similarities to the role played by clinical commissioning groups in the reforms of the English NHS following from the Health and Social Care Act Individual general practices were given control.

In the medical profession, a general practitioner (GP) is a medical doctor who treats acute and chronic illnesses and provides preventive care and health education to patients.

A general practitioner manages types of illness that present in an undifferentiated way at an early stage of development, which may require urgent intervention.

The holistic approach of general practice aims to take. Downloadable. Despite its potentially profound repercussions, the general practitioner fundholding scheme has received relatively little attention from researchers.

We provide here a theoretical foundation for empirical studies of fundholding. We begin by reviewing the incentives of the fundholding scheme.

The responses of GPs to these incentives depend on the objectives of GPs, raising the Cited by: 7. The Royal College of General Practitioners is the professional body for general practitioners in the UK, and represents and supports GPs on key issues including licensing, education, training, research and clinical standards.

What do we know about fundholding in general practice. Article (PDF Available) in BMJ Clinical Research () October with 36 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

general practitioner: n. Abbr. GP A physician whose practice is not oriented to a specific medical specialty but instead covers a variety of medical problems in patients of all ages. Also called family doctor. In Aprilthe fundholding and indicative prescribing schemes introduced budgets for expenditure on prescribed drugs into UK general practice.

Although both schemes were designed to be equally effective at containing prescribing-cost inflation, several studies suggest that expenditure growth has been lower in fundholding practices, compared with nonfundholding by: 7. Our e-books collection has many titles which general practitioners will find useful.

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general practitionerGPgeneral store. a shop that sells a wide range of goods. fundholding; general; General Certificate of Education; general election.

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General Practitioner - Dr Yan Dan Goh has been working as a full time General Practitioner with Medicentral (originally Healthpac) since Born and living in Sydney Australia, Dr Goh speaks English, but can also consult in Mandarin.Fundholding GP definition: (formerly, in the National Health Service in Britain) the system enabling general | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

By the end of all general practices in England are expected to be responsible for a budget to purchase secondary care and community health services for their patients.1 What is remarkable about the practice based commissioning initiative is its similarity to the general practitioner fundholding experiment of the previous decade, which Labour abolished after it came to power in Cited by: