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Commissioning targets achieved

4th January 2007

Almost all GPs are now using practice-based commissioning, according to new figures from the Department of Health.

The government wanted to see 100 per cent uptake on PBC in England by the end of 2006 and latest figures show it looks set to meet it.

Figures published in December show that 95 per cent of PCTs had implemented the new system by the end of November. A total of eight out of the 152 PCTs in England were still to introduce PBC at all of their GP practices.

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Title: Commissioning targets achieved
Author: Martine Hamilton
Article Id: 1583
Date Added: 4th Jan 2007

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