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MDDUS welcomes PHSO review
THE Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) has today published its response to a review of the way it uses clinical advice in NHS-related casework. MDDUS responds.
Dentists leading through uncertainty
WELL led teams are best equipped to meet increasing demands and to manage risk. With this in mind, MDDUS has adapted our popular and long-running doctor programme now for dentists with management responsibilities.
Resist requests to overprescribe during Brexit
MDDUS is advising GPs to avoid issuing longer repeat prescriptions in the run up to Brexit and should liaise closely with pharmacists if there are concerns over shortages of specific drugs.
Run your own dental complaints workshop
Improve your dental complaints handling skills with MDDUS' new interactive workshop tool available exclusively to members.
State-backed indemnity details emerge in GP contract framework
FURTHER details of a state-backed indemnity scheme for GPs have been released as the Government launches a new five-year contract for general practice across England.
Manage your MDDUS membership online
Update subscription levels, make debit card payments and change direct debit details using our improved full-service online membership interface which is available 24 hours a day.
MDDUS responds to GMC consent consultation
MDDUS has responded to the GMC consultation on its updated consent guidance – Decision making and consent.
MDDUS PM Conference 2019 – save the date
PRACTICE managers across the UK are being invited to save the date for the next MDDUS’ Practice Manager’s Conference on November 28 and 29, 2019.
SBI threat to GP partnership model?
MDDUS chief executive Chris Kenny has responded to Dr Nigel Watson’s independent review into the partnership model in general practice.
Missed opportunity on indemnity reform
PROPOSED government reform in the regulation of legal indemnity for doctors and dentists not in state-backed schemes will only add to cost and restrict choice, according to MDDUS.