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Saving General Practice

Updated on Wednesday, 22 November 2017, 497 views

This GPC England report focuses on the need for urgent action to address the funding deficit impacting general practice, the requirement for a sustainable expansion of the workforce, the importance of a strategy for reducing workload pressures, the need to remove the burden of the current indemnity system, to deliver IT and premises solutions fit for modern healthcare and to build this on the foundation of the national GMS contract. A copy of the document details can be found here:

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