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Clusters to stocktake 75,000 service contracts

16th November 2011

Primary care trust clusters have been told to complete a detailed stocktake of their 75,000 service contracts by the end of March, in preparation for transferring them to successor commissioning bodies the following year.

A letter from NHS deputy chief executive David Flory to PCTs and strategic health authorities said that ensuring a smooth transition would be one of their “key responsibilities” during the period of transition to the new NHS structure and suggests that some contracts are currently inadequately documented.

 

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Article Information

Title: Clusters to stocktake 75,000 service contracts
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 20355
Date Added: 16th Nov 2011

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