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Resources to help workload challenged - Traffic Light System - Contract Breaches

Dear Colleagues,

I am writing to highlight 2 important resources, which we feel may help you address your growing workload challenges.

Firstly, Derby and Derbyshire LMC have created a simple traffic light system see below for assessing ‘extra work’ to identify whether or not it is compatible with the GP Forward View. Our vision is that this simple document will allow you to decide whether or not new work is appropriate, and adequately resourced. We hope it will give you a clear framework on which to base decisions, so you can act in the best interests of the practice and its patients.

Secondly, I am sure you are now all aware of the excellent BMA Quality First site, which gives practices tools to manage inappropriate workload shift into general practice......

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