Spotlight on the 10 High Impact Actions

This report is the result of our research on the effectiveness of NHS England's Time for Care Programme, specifically its 10 High Impact Actions: a range of initiatives that were introduced with the aim of increasing capacity in general practice and reducing GP workload which were introduced two years ago.

The Time for Care Programme is part of the commitments outlined in the GP Forward View and this research is part of our ongoing work monitoring and evaluating all aspects of the GPFV. It is fundamental to the College's work that we continue to ensure that NHS England are held to account on delivery of the pledges, so that our members can feel the impact on their working day.

Our research has found that whilst there has been some success helping spread pragmatic advice for GPs, and tools to help tackle workload across general practice, NHS England should expand those schemes with the highest potential to reduce administrative work for GPs and other effective measures.

Our report outlines a series of recommendations for NHS England and for GPs. We are calling on NHS England to expand schemes with high potential to reduce administrative work for GPs and we are calling on government to ensure every GP surgery has funding to have access to a dedicated social prescriber in a bid to tackle crippling GP workload and effectively signpost patients to the right services.

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