Business and Health Planning in General Practice
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|Format: ||Paperback / softback, 244 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 19 August 1994|
For GPs and practice managers the challenge of the NHS reforms is to understand the business context in which general practice operates. Of the many skills learned from commerce and industry needed for the development of an effective strategy, business planning has been demonstrated to bring important benefits to the practice. However, for many the concept is necessary but unfamiliar. This book sets out to demystify the subject, explains the benefits and, by way of numerous examples, shows how they can be applied to the single-handed GP and group practices, whether or not they are fundholders. It suggests that good clinical care is not possible without the necessary planning and management skills to run a business.
Table of Contents
A strategic approach to planning for general practice; action planning and the management of change; information for planning; audit as a component of planning; planning for a patient-centred practice; planning for service developments; planning for fundholding status; a structure for business and health plans.
Certificate of Recommendation - 1995 BMA Medical Book Competition Awards.
Radcliffe Publishing Ltd|
23.39 x 15.6 x 1.3 centimetres (0.35 kg)|
15+ years |