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Tracking doctor starting times

Andrew Knight buy Baclofen online Asacol online Pain Relief How much of our capacity is lost bit by bit – chipped away in little inefficiencies? This story from Romsey Medical Centre appealed to me because it underlines a lesson it took me years learn. Here is how they tell it… “It’s hard to choose just […]

Appointment Golf

Tony Lembke buy valacyclovir order Robaxin online This is the first in our new series of Virtual Tabletops, as part of the 1001 Stories Project. In the ‘Carve Out’ model for appointments, some appointments each day are kept reserved as ‘book on the day appointments’, for patients with acute conditions. In our practice, these are […]

Did Not Attend – Idea of the Week

Are DNAs a problem in your practice? Or do you depend on them to get through your day? Appointments are gold cheap cialis super active , and where you have more demand than capacity it is very wasteful when a gap arises that would have been gleefully ‘claimed’ by many other customers. The longer the […]

Becoming a Time Lord

Zen and the Art of General Practice Part Two Do you run on time? In our discussion on achieving ‘Zen’ in general practice, time pressure was identified as one of the most significant factors that decrease our enjoyment at work. It is a chief ‘zen-zapper’. No one benefits from a waiting room full of people.  […]

Access and the John West measure.

Access from the APCC point of view is about access to effective and **timely** care.  We will do the community an enormous service if we can increase the capacity of general practice to care for the health of that community.   If we are to demonstrate an improvement in ‘access’ to general practice, we need to […]