What Does the 60% UDA Target Mean For the Future of NHS Dentistry?

Watch Nigel Jones and Eddie Crouch in this webinar from April 2021 as they discuss what was the latest government announcement at that time, that NHS dental practices would need to hit 60% of their pre-COVID activity from 1st April 2021 and their predictions for the impact this would have on NHS dentistry in the future.

This is an on-demand video which was recorded with Dental Update on Thursday 22nd April 2021. It has a duration of approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.

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You’ll watch Nigel Jones and Eddie Crouch discuss…

  • The latest contract requirements and what effect it will have for NHS practices over the next six months
  • Their opinions on whether the new policy has a place during a pandemic and Eddie’s predictions for what will happen after 1st October 2021
  • The challenges and financial pressures practices face if they struggle to hit the mark
  • The effect the pandemic has had on practices, patient care and dental students
  • Their thoughts on what the future holds for NHS dentistry and predictions for the April 2022 and a possible change to the contract reform.

Nigel and Eddie also welcomed a live Q&A, allowing the audience to ask any burning questions they had throughout the webinar. To view Eddie’s Q&A answers, click here.

*Please note, any answers within the Q&A document linked above are Eddie Crouch’s personal views and opinions and were given on Thursday 22nd April 2021.

About the speakers

Nigel Jones

Nigel Jones is the Sales and Marketing Director at Practice Plan and has been working in the dental sector for over 30 years. He has a special interest in the development and future of NHS dentistry in the UK.

His knowledge and passion for dentistry has led him to become a trusted voice, offering invaluable advice on how to strategically and successfully run a practice and be named in the Dentistry Top 50 of influential people within the profession.

Eddie Crouch

Eddie Crouch has been Chair of the British Dental Association Principal Executive Committee since September 2020. Before that, he served as deputy chair between 2014 and 2020 and past Chair of Central Counties Branch of the British Dental Association. He works in two practices in Birmingham and is Vice Chair of the Birmingham Local Dental Committee.

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