Podcast: Are PCNs here to stay and how can practices make the most of them?

Talking General Practice speaks to Tara Humphrey, who works with PCNs across England, about what makes a successful network, the impact the 2024/25 GP contract could have, and whether PCNs are here to stay,

This week Emma talks to Tara Humphrey, founder and CEO of THC Primary Care, which provides management support and training to PCNs across England. Tara is also the host of the Business of Healthcare podcast.

Tara explains what makes a successful network, some of the challenges networks have to overcome and the positive side of the additional roles reimbursement scheme. She also talks about how the 2024/25 GP contract could affect PCNs, why financially secure GP practices are crucial to the success of networks and whether networks are here to stay.

This episode was presented by GPonline editor Emma Bower and produced by Czarina Deen.

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