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National Association of Primary Care
NAPC – “The Home of Primary Care"
What is different about the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC)?
NAPC is a non-politically affiliated membership organisation for those working in or with primary care, including general practitioners, nurses, practice staff pharmacist, opticians and dentists.
Members are also drawn from the not for profit and commercial sectors, where they have an interest in working with and advancing primary care.
NAPC seeks to unlock the full potential of primary care. Its role is to support practices, in partnership with nurses, pharmacists, opticians and dentists, to improve the quality of their services and patient experience through increased productivity and reduced unwarranted variation in clinical practice, evidenced based outcomes, greater emphasis on prevention and health, with more care delivered closer to home.
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NAPC Practice Innovation Network
The Art of The Possible
Through its innovation arm, NAPC has established a Practice Innovation Network for member practices to assist them in becoming ‘state of the art’ pioneers of 21st century primary care.
Supported by a range of practical resources, NAPC is facilitating opportunities to refine practices’ and federations of practices’ offerings to their registered patients and wider populations to enable them to become some of the finest nationally. In this work, NAPC is being supported by the National Institute for Innovation and Improvement.
guide to commissioning high value eye care
Dr Charles Alessi has welcomed new guidance for commissioners of eye care from the College of Optometrists and Royal College of Ophthalmologists. Written by leading eye care clinicians with support from experienced clinical commissioners at the National Association of Primary Care, Royal College of General Practitioners and the Department of Health’s Right Care Team, it will provide valuable support to those designing and delivering eye care across the UK. The guidance published today focuses on services for glaucoma and urgent care. The Colleges will publish their recommendations on improving services for age-related macular degeneration, cataract, oculoplastics and low vision care in spring.
NAPC High Level Guide to the Francis Report
1st February 2013
With immediate effect Serco has joined the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) as a Corporate Partner. To meet its objectives and provide the best possible service to its members the NAPC works closely with a wide range of both public and private organisations.
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