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Does your professional indemnity insurance put you in breach of your employment contract?

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 9, 2018 11:40:16 AM / by Daphne Robertson posted in Contracting & Procurement

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GP practices and salaried GPs are advised to check the terms of their employment contracts if employed clinical staff are considering taking out “claims made” insurance, such as that recently offered by the MDU.

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Are you in breach of your GMS or PMS contract?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 13, 2017 9:59:08 AM / by Daphne Robertson posted in Contracting & Procurement

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A GMS contract is a legally binding agreement made between a GP practice and NHS England (NHSE) that sets out certain obligations for both parties. It is the most important asset a practice will hold.  

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Thinking of handing back your GMS/PMS contract?

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 14, 2016 9:41:20 AM / by Daphne Robertson posted in Partnership, Contracting & Procurement

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Whether you’re in a GP partnership or a single hander running your own practice, there are likely to be times and situations that prompt you to re-evaluate your position. Maybe you find yourself facing challenging circumstances, such as a dispute, or financial pressures which are making the practice unprofitable. You may feel your individual risk is too great if you have an insufficient number of partners to share the burden, or you need to act now to avoid the ‘last man standing’ issue. It could also be that you’re planning to retire or simply just wish to make a change....

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