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PCTs told to limit PMS pay rises

14th April 2009

The Department of Health has told Primary Care Trusts that they must keep pay rises for Personal Medical Services (PMS) practices to only 0.71%.

Ben Dyson, the primary care director for the DH, said in a letter that increases needed to be remain in line with "the minimum award that GMS practices will receive" in 2009. Mr Dyson also asked PCTs to make certain that funds given on a shared basis to providers was "fair and equitable and represents value for money".


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