Primary Care Reform

21 OCTOBER 2021

GP with ipad

Change is afoot in all our healthcare settings, perhaps none more so than in primary care. 

Primary care is undergoing a period of reform. Technology-driven advances in triaging, diagnostics & treatment, the success of polyclinics, the digitisation of primary care delivery and the rise of social prescribing & other forms of prevention healthcare are spearheading a structural evolution in how health and social care is delivered. 

We’ll be asking what the future of primary care looks like, how it will benefit rural, isolated and remote communities, and whether this part of the healthcare system will be more sustainable as a result. 

We’ll also be delving into the possibilities of prescribing fruit and vegetables as recommended by the National Food Strategy. 

Andrew Leal

Andrew Leal

Healthcare Partner, MHA MacIntyre Hudson and Lecturer in primary care finance

Andrew joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in April 2019 following the merger with Kent based accountancy practice Percy Gore & Co, where he had been a partner since 1990. Andrew has a has a diverse portfolio in the healthcare sector comprising a range of GP Practices, Locum GP’s, GP Federations, Dentists, Hospital Consultants and other healthcare professionals. Andrew regularly lectures and runs seminars on Primary Care finance. 

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