Tuesday 21st May 2013 - Kate Hodkinson
What constitutes good management? Keeping things going without major incident or developing your practice to meet future challenges. For many practice managers, their job is a mixture of both. They are required to take a very hands- on day to day role in ensuring that things run smoothly and also take on responsibility for developing the practice business for the future.
Wednesday 1st May 2013 - Kate Hodkinson
There are a huge amount of pressures on practice managers at present – CQC, New QOF , loss of the PCT and all the support they gave and getting to grips with how the new CCGs will impact upon the practice. The ability to motivate, influence and get people on board with changes is a skill they need to acquire very quickly in order to survive in the new world. The ability to influence others quickly and effectively will be invaluable in moving things forward.