Practice managers are vital to the successful running of GP surgeries. They manage the business aspect of the surgery, making sure that patients are at the centre of the surgery’s operations. They are involved in a wide range of activities, including • business planning • handling financial systems for the practice, including payroll • selecting, training and supervising non-clinical staff • developing and supervising appointment systems that work well for patients and clinicians • ensuring accurate records are kept, and liaising with local health organisations such as integrated commissioning boards • developing strategies for the practice on issues such as computer systems and security, expanding or changing services, and long-term services The role usually combines • personnel administration • payroll • finance • strategic planning • IT skills.
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