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General practice in the post Covid world : challenges and opportunities for general practice.

by Royal College of General Practitioners.
Publisher: RCGP, London : 2020.Description: 15p.Summary: This report calls on the four governments of the UK to each produce a comprehensive plan to support GPs in managing the longer-term effects of Covid-19 in the community. The RCGP says the plans should contain: costed proposals for additional funding for general practice; solutions for how the current GP workforce capacity can manage new and pre-existing pressures; commitments to continue the reduction in regulatory burdens and ‘red tape’ which has enabled GPs to spend more time on frontline patient care during the pandemic; a systematic approach for identifying those patients who are likely to require primary care support; and proposals for how health inequalities will be minimised to ensure all patients have access to the necessary post-Covid-19 care..Subject(s): NHS | health care | general practitioners | Covid-19 | future projections | general practice | digital health | telephone consultations | triage | pandemics | regulation | data sharing | collaboration | telehealth | health inequalities | reform
Digital copyAvailability: Online access List(s) this item appears in: Covid-19: health and social care recovery in England [January 2023] | General practice [June 2023]
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This report calls on the four governments of the UK to each produce a comprehensive plan to support GPs in managing the longer-term effects of Covid-19 in the community. The RCGP says the plans should contain: costed proposals for additional funding for general practice; solutions for how the current GP workforce capacity can manage new and pre-existing pressures; commitments to continue the reduction in regulatory burdens and ‘red tape’ which has enabled GPs to spend more time on frontline patient care during the pandemic; a systematic approach for identifying those patients who are likely to require primary care support; and proposals for how health inequalities will be minimised to ensure all patients have access to the necessary post-Covid-19 care.

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