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PCT performance defended

12th July 2011

The NHS Confederation's primary care trust network has released a report which says the new clinical commissioning groups should recognise the successes of primary care trusts.

David Stout, director of the PCT network, said: "PCTs have been subjected to much criticism since their establishment, much of which PCT staff feel has been inaccurate and unfair. We believe the evidence of progress made by PCTs should be acknowledged so future commissioning organisations and policy-makers can learn from those PCTs that have worked successfully to improve health and NHS services in their local communities."

 


 

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Title: PCT performance defended
Author: Lucy Hay
Article Id: 19084
Date Added: 12th Jul 2011

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