Organisations can apply for up to £100,000 to develop innovative ideas that will help GP practices tackle growing demands.
NHS England and the academic health science networks are to invest in innovative business projects that help family doctors cope with increasing demands placed on their practices.
The demand for general practice is at its highest ever level.The number of face-to-face consultations increased by 13% between 2010 and 2015 at the same time as the number of GPs was declining.
GPs are expected to face increasing demands on their practices as more and more elements of care are pushed out of hospitals and into general practice.
The NHS is seeking to fund projects under SBRI (Small Business Research Initiative) in three areas:
Find out more about SBRI.
Find out more about this competition and apply.
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