GP Partnership Review - January 2019
Date published: 15/01/2019
Following the publication of the GP Partnership Review Interim report in October 2018 , this document is the final report of an independent review into the partnership model of general practice, as commissioned by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care in 2018.
The review was asked to consider and make recommendations on:
- the challenges currently facing partnerships within the context of general practice and the wider NHS, and how the current model of service delivery meets or exacerbates these
- the benefits and shortcomings of the partnership model for patients, partners, salaried GPs, locum GPs, broader practice staff, for example practice nurses, and the wider NHS
- how best to reinvigorate the partnership model to equip it to help the transformation of general practice, benefiting patients and staff including GPs
This final report completes the review’s work and makes recommendations to both the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and the Chief Executive of NHS England, to reinvigorate the partnership model to equip it for the future.
For a full copy of the report click here
Dr Nigel Watson has also produced useful summaries on youtube:
Summary of the GP Partnership review - https://youtu.be/DQnDVzIZxvg
Introduction Vblog https://youtu.be/huApVopK5lU
Workforce part 1 - https://youtu.be/mSoWcTBBEXw
Workforce part 2 - https://youtu.be/zp2miKX5ZUE
Risk - https://youtu.be/_U7_8Nhr-As