General Practice Management
From a highly experienced General Practice Manager with many years' working within NHS management in various surgeries around the UK, comes a handbook for all surgery staff, including doctors and nurses, on the contemporary business process of medical administration. In these pages, Dr V Subramanian shares his experience and management skills with all those wishing to learn about this vital cog in the machine of the NHS. Transcribed from a blog dedicated to the same purpose (www.manigpsm.com), the book begins with an insight into General Practice surgeries as seen from a contemporary business standpoint. The purpose of NHS management is to provide feedback and medical administration for the doctors and nurses, a vital role that not everyone is aware of. Through various chapters including those on operations, patients, and finance, a picture of the position of General Practice Manager is revealed. Anyone with an interest in the business process of GP surgeries and the management skills needed to keep them up and running should read this book, and for all doctors, nurses, and other medical staff working in General Practice, this is a must-read handbook.
- Paperback | 394 pages
- 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 358.34g
- 13 Jul 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations