3 edition of Fundholding found in the catalog.
Previous ed.: 1994.
|Other titles||Fundholding 1996.|
|Series||The way forward|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||187|
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GP Fundholding was created in as part of the quasi-market created in the National Health Service by the Thatcher Government's National Health Service and Community Care Act It has some similarities to the role played by clinical commissioning groups in the reforms of the English NHS following from the Health and Social Care Act Individual general practices were given control.
Fundholding: [Steve Williams] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Fundholding GP definition: (formerly, in the National Health Service in Britain) the system enabling general | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Define fundholding. fundholding synonyms, fundholding pronunciation, fundholding translation, English dictionary definition of fundholding.
n the system enabling general practitioners to receive a fixed budget from which to pay for primary care, drugs, and nonurgent hospital treatment for. Find out information about fundholding.
the system enabling general practitioners to receive a fixed budget from which to pay for primary care, drugs, and nonurgent hospital treatment for patients Explanation of fundholding. Fundholding | Article about fundholding by The Free Dictionary.
This book is the first to explain GP commissioning in its own right. It documents the history, theory and practice of GP commissioning and places it within the current political situation faced by the NHS. It shows how commissioning goes beyond fundholding.
Fundholding: a Practice Guide Paperback – Ap by Antoinette Pirie (Author), Mercedes Kelly-Madden (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — Author: Antoinette Pirie, Mercedes Kelly-Madden. The general practitioner (GP) fundholding scheme was introduced as part of the Conservative governments National Health Service reforms and abolished by the Labour government in This paper contends that the scheme was introduced and abolished without policy-makers having any valid evidence of its by: Get this from a library.
What the doctor ordered: a study of GP fundholders in England and Wales. [Audit Commission for Local Authorities and the National Health Service in England and Wales.] -- Reports on what is happening within fundholding, how practices differ and how they are evolving.
Fundholding purchasing; Budget holding. GP fund-holding practice: A UK term of art for a GP practice or a group of GP practices which is allocated a budget from which it may purchase certain types of healthcare services—e.g.
outpatient, inpatient, and hospital direct access services. GP fund holders exercise the purchaser function for these services on behalf of their registered. The second option, however, may decrease patient satisfaction because patients would have to wait to see a doctor and then to book an appointment through an adviser.
Finally, there is the problem of inequity that occurred between fundholding and non-fundholding by: The book is aimed at fund managers and their assistants and would also be useful for general practitioners involved in fundholding. After an introduction that outlines the basics of the fundholding scheme the book is divided into three parts: the preparation for fundholding, the administration of the fund, and managing the : P Andersen.
Print book: English: 2nd edView all editions and formats Summary: Taking account of the rapid development of the fundholding concept, this second edition has been revised and enlarged. this is a first rate book. It draws on a wide range of reading philosophy, economics and politics and teases out a number of important ideas for academics and postgraduates it surely will be essential reading and I think has pushed the study of.
A Practical Guide to Fundholding deals with all of this and more. Its structure makes it useful as a reference book. When you need to write a business plan, look this up in the index and it gives you an example which probably helps more than abstract instructions alone.
The table of contents makes key stages in the life cycle of a fundholder Author: Ulrich Freudenstein. What is to be done about fundholding. T oby Gosden, Da vid J T orgerson, Alan Maynard. The new Labour government has pledged to review. the future of fundholding. What is the evidence base.
Book review Book review Book reviews / Social Science & Medicine 49 () Â± concerns about the consequences of GP fundholding and recent proposals for changes in homeless legislation. Two references from the recent literature can be reviewed by the reader wishing more information on these speciÂ®c developments.
General medical services (GMS) is the range of healthcare that is provided by general practitioners (GPs or family doctors) as part of the National Health Service in the United Kingdom. The NHS specifies what GPs, as independent contractors, are expected to do and provides funding for this work through arrangements known as the General Medical Services Contract.
GP fundholding. The proposal of GP Fundholding also brought in cash limits on primary care services for the first time. While opponents of the scheme asked what would happen when a fundholding practice ran out of money, a handful of GPs were lured by the lavish cash incentives, the chance to break away from the narrow confines of services.
For example, if your book is about mental health, perhaps one of the big nonprofits that educates people about mental health would like to support your book and help you get the word out. Despite the title, larger nonprofits often have extra funds to.
Fundholding services, as above. More closely monitoring the costs of the arbitration than is the case where the LCIA is fundholding only, in particular ensuring that fee notes are regularly submitted and the level of further advances calculated in consultation with the Tribunal, and by reference to the established procedural timetable.Fund My Book.
61 likes. is the premier crowdfunding source for authors helping them publish with the help of sponsorships and other support by friends and ers: He then joined an Inner City Medical Practice in Leicester (Leicestershire UK) as Fundholding Manager and Practice Manager until his retirement in After thirteen years commuting between his home in Sax, a small town near Alicante in Spain, and Leicestershire, he has now, (June ) moved permanently back to the UK, and currently lives in.