Practice managers usually do not have any involvement with the 'fund', but manage the practice: ie, building, staff, complaints, items of service claims, immunisation and cervical cytology targets and generally take care of the day-to-day running of a medical practice, thus relieving the doctors from the pressures of ever increasing paperwork to concentrate on their patients.
Practice managers have been in post for at least 20 years as the Association of Medical Secretaries and Practice Administrators (Amspar) will confirm.
J. A. APPLEYARD
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