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Primary care privatisation launch

8th June 2007

The Department of Health has allowed Hillingdon Primary Care Trust to ask private sector firms to run some of its management services.

Hillingdon PCT, which has debts of £43m, will employ the companies to manage services as part of the Department of Health's 'Framework for Procuring External Support for Commissioners (FESC), launched on 8 June 2007. The FESC will be made up of lists detailing companies which can offer support, such as Bupa, UnitedHealth, Tribal Group, Dr Foster and the Partners in Commissioning consortium.

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Article Information

Title: Primary care privatisation launch
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 3091
Date Added: 8th Jun 2007



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