Money advice for GP locums, partners and practices

March 14, 2019

Watch this video to learn all the important financial and money advice tips when you work as a GP locum, partner, salaried, portfolio doctor and even as a GP practice.

Useful for anyone in primary care including covering IR35, new tax, pension (including NHS pension) and tech tool tips and more.

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02.10 Claim back exam fees
04.00 Register as self-employed especially as a locum or partner
05.58 Designated business account - how and why.
07.37 Register with an accountant. Consider : Folman & Co http://folmanandco.co.uk/
08.54 Should you use the practice accountant or not?
11.00 Pensions!!! A brief explanation of this complicated area.
14.35 Submitting pension payment forms and the Capita amnesty on this…
16.00 GPSurvival signposting as a guide to sort out your pension access - https://membership.generalpracticesurvival.co.uk/
17.20 What can I claim my tax back for?
20.30 Can you claim tax back for your home use?
22.00 Insurance claims and others…?
23.35 Making tax digital
24.30 Accountancy software like Xero and Quickbooks - what you should consider using as a practice or as a locum
28.30 What is IR35 and how does it affect you as a GP?
30.25 Working as a limited company as a GP.
32.20 Contact Jenny Folman at either www.folmanandco.co.uk or folmanandco@gmail.com.

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Social Media Guidance for clincians

March 1, 2019

Welcome to this session on social media guidance for clinicians by Andy and Gandhi of eGPlearning Podblast in conjunction with HTN digital week. They explore the various platforms including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and others, and how to use them, including relevant aspects for UK based clinicians to understand when using social media.

This is recorded as part of the HTN Digital week.

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Social media guidance for clinicians

Working knowledge of key social media platforms to include Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Whatsapp + others. How to use these platforms for education and CPD

Understand the implications of using these platforms as a GP

The do and do not rules of social media including guidance.

Our hints and tips to make it all manageable

Other sessions in this series https://bit.ly/egplearninghtn5gpapps https://bit.ly/egplearninghtncpd

Facebook groups: See the blog post: https://egplearning.co.uk/ramblings/f... for a full list of useful GP and primary care groups.

Twitter: Dr Gandalf’s UK Primary care list: Feed: https://twitter.com/drgandalf52/lists... Members: https://twitter.com/drgandalf52/lists...

Social media guidance playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYAbk...

Link to wecommunities: http://www.wecommunities.org/

GP Journal Club: https://twitter.com/gpjournalclub

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Arora Meded: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqkW...

Social media guidance: GMC: https://www.gmc-uk.org/ethical-guidan...

BMA: https://www.bma.org.uk/advice/employm...

RCGP:https://www.rcgp.org.uk/social-media

SCRIBE: https://egplearning.co.uk/uncategoriz...

Multi-use tools: Loomly: https://www.loomly.com/free-trial/c3e...

Buffer: https://buffer.com/

Tweetdeck: https://tweetdeck.twitter.com/

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Tech to enhance CPD collection

February 8, 2019

Watch Andy and Gandhi discuss how to use technology to enhance your collection of CPD (CME) for your appraisal and revalidation.

They explore useful resources and tools that can help make the collection of continuous professional development units easy and effective, including their own hints and tips.

This is recorded as part of the HTN Digital week.

 

 

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A brief summary of hardware and system options to enhance your CPD collection.

A comprehensive list and guide of clinical resources

How to create systems using the above resources to enhance your CPD collection.

A summary of advanced methods to help automate and share your learning experience.

Our hints and tips to make it all manageable

Other sessions in this series
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https://bit.ly/egplearninghtnsocialmedia

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Bullet Journal:
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Dingbats book
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Frixion pen
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Rocketbook Wave:
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Clarity Appraisal toolkit walkthrough
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDHESyQxzWY
Evernote:
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2 GPs in a pod: https://www.2gpsinapod.co.uk/
The General Practice Podcast: https://ockham.healthcare/podcast-index/
RCGP podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/essential-knowledge-updates-podcasts/id530495944?mt=2
InnovAiT: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/sage-general-practice/id871122209?mt=2
BMJ: https://www.bmj.com/archive/podcasts
Inside Health: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b019dl1b
On The Pods: https://onthewards.org/onthepods/
The Good GP: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/the-good-gp/id1212751478?mt=2
PriMed: https://primarymedicinepodcast.com/
DTB: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/dtb-podcast/id307773309?mt=2
Best science : https://therapeuticseducation.org/bs-medicine-podcast
NASGP: https://www.nasgp.org.uk/subscribe-to-podcast/

 

Apps
TipThursday: https://bit.ly/TipThursdayYT
Camscanner: https://www.camscanner.com/r1?131514295
Dropbox: https://db.tt/mfbDismT
ORCHA: https://www.orcha.co.uk/

Dictation services:
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Dictate.it Live: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epVjIiOmQTM
Speechnotes: https://speechnotes.co/

IFTTT: https://ifttt.com/discover
Zapier: https://zapier.com/

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Are video consultations the future of primary care?

November 30, 2018

eGPLearning Podblast Video Consultations Nov 2018

 

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Welcome to those watching us on youtube...

We are trying something new we are recording a behind the scenes video as special content for our youtube followers.

 

Thanks for your feedback and retweets...

@Jaycemelody

@SonaliKinra

@thehealth1tech

@NCGPANotts

@NottsLMC

@somedocs doctors on social media group - retweeted us- thanks

@annalise2406 - great feedback re the app and iplato

@orcha - app review organisation connected with NHS App Library - kindly retweeted us

@NikkiKF - acting Director of Primary care for NHS England

 

What have we been doing?

 

Today main Topic is Video Consultations…

 

Remember listeners - we are not experts, these are just our opinions

 

Is there demand?

  • Venture capital and investors are putting money behind it so there is believe in the technology and concept from investors.
  • @UNHS_Cripps Have experimented with
  • @MattHancock (Health Secretary) is a GP at Hand patient and advocate of technology and is behind the concept.

 

But what problem are we solving?

  • Low capacity or convenience?
  • Probably more for patient convenience than increase capacity - but maybe if replaces home visits?...

 

What happens in a typical video consultation?

Gandhi describes his experience of working with Babylon Health @babylonhealth

 

Discussion of video consultation business models…

Babylon / GP at Hand, LIVI, QDoctor, Push doctor, NOW Healthcare, GPDQ, Zoomdoc (listen to our interview with founder Kenny Livingstone )

 

 

What problems do we see with video consultations?

  • Reduced continuity?
  • Overprescribing of antibiotics? (but discussed later)
  • Do video consultations drive an increase in demand? Does making it easier to speak to the GP make people more likely to feel the need to contact their GP?
  • Destabilising traditional General Practice Partnership business model?
  • Destabilising the Primary Care workforce - pulling GPs that might otherwise work at practices into the “private” sector.

 

Potential positives of video consultations?

  • Does patient spend in the private sector taking pressure off NHS?
  • Some patients may self-select away from NHS services to private video providers, leaving NHS to meet needs.
  • More options and convenience for patients.
  • Options for using as part of innovative systems - perhaps true power comes when part of a system including eTriage, remote monitoring, video consult and face to face?

 

How can surgeries prepare for video consultations?

Work together with federations, neighbours. Benefits likely to come from handling patients at scale.

 

Our verdicts… Good or bad?

 

Thanks for listening - certificate of engagement.

 

Comments and feedback…

 

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