- GP item-of-service income drop may boost new contract. Cameron, Ian // Pulse;1/6/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p6
Reports on the decrease of income of general practitioners from item-of-service fees in Great Britain. Percentage of the decline of income in Wales; Effects of the stagnation in item-of-service fees on general practitioners; Replacement of item-of-service pay in the contract with weighted...
- Budget will see GP pay drop 23%. Iacobucci, Gareth // Pulse;7/7/2010, Vol. 70 Issue 23, p8
The article reports on the forecast of the British government's emergency budget, which mentions that General Practitioner (GP) income will drop sharply by 23% from its 2005-06 peak after the public-sector freezes its payment.
- GPC has eye on consultant pay. Waters, Adele // GP: General Practitioner;5/20/2002, p16
Reports the deal of the general practitioner (GP) community negotiators on hospital income in Great Britain. Discussion of consultant earnings; Demand of an increase of the GP; Views of the government on the demand of the GP.
- GP earnings stunted in recruitment crisis. Durham, Neil // GP: General Practitioner;10/28/2002, p1
Discusses the impact of recruitment crisis of general practitioners (GP) in Great Britain on GP income. Survey conducted by specialist medical accountants PKF regarding this issue; Increase in profits of General Medical Practices in Great Britain; Suggestion of the General Practitioners...
- GPs may lose out on enhanced fees. Smith, Nick // GP: General Practitioner;3/10/2003, p20
Reports on the possibility for general practitioners' income to be spent in secondary medical care in Great Britain. Expectations for GP income to come from enhanced services; Explanation given by confederation lead negotiator Mike Farrar regarding this issue; Estimation of amount to be...
- �36,000 by 2006 from 'quality pay'. Smith, Nick // GP: General Practitioner;3/17/2003, p3
Reports on the expectations of ministers in Great Britain regarding the possibility for general practitioners (GP) to earn about 36000 pound a year from quality payments after implementation of the General Medical Services contract. Quality points to be achieved by GP to earn quality payments;...
- The bite that managed care took out of doctors' earning power. // Medical Economics;5/9/2003, Vol. 80 Issue 9, p22
Presents an overview of the income of physicians in the U.S. for the period 1995 to 1999. Comparison with other wages in other industries; Factors influencing income rates; Earning power for managed care physicians.
- PMS transfer can raise pay by 10%. // GP: General Practitioner;1/7/2002, p02
Reports that general practitioners transferring to patient monitoring system (PMS) can increase their income by 10 percent according to Great Britain Review Body report. Areas to be examined for further investigation about the increase; Reasons for extra income when transferring to PMS.
- Opinion: Your say online � www.healthcarerepublic.com/forums. // GP: General Practitioner;6/11/2010, p26
In this article, the author asks views of people regarding publishing of general practitioner (GP) income by the government of Great Britain.
- Backward economics of GP life. Lancelot, Chris // GP: General Practitioner;11/11/2002, p31
Focuses on the problem of decline in income of general practitioners. Impact of the market in fixing the rate; Effect of payment package on recruitment crisis.