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Incentives for GPs to offer advance booking

26th September 2008

The DH has said the government will put £50 million into GP incentives to provide advance booking services.

The £105 million in added funds will be used by Primary Care Trusts to provide local services. A DH spokesperson said: "While we will be developing a range of options that to improve access to GPs, it will be for PCTs and providers to determine which best suits their patients."

 

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Title: Incentives for GPs to offer advance booking
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 8539
Date Added: 26th Sep 2008

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