The role of the GP within the practice management structure

Morton, Anna; Simon, Chantal
May 2009
InnovAiT;May2009, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p316
Academic Journal
There are now many different models of primary care operating within the UK. However, the traditional practice owned and run by GPs, almost always with the assistance of a practice manager, is still the most usual model of primary care provision. In some cases, the practice manager is also a stakeholder in the business, in others simply an employee. This section focuses on the management roles of the GPs within traditional style practices.


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