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Revenue allocations for PCTs announced

15th December 2011

The Department of Health has announced the revenue allocations for primary care trusts (PCTs) for 2012-13.

It said the total investment in local NHS services for 2012-13 is £91.6 billion, an increase of £2.5 billion or 2.8%, which will include £87.5 billion in recurrent revenue allocations to PCTs including an additional £150 million for reablement (assistance regaining independence if daily living skills are lost through illness or injury), an increase of £2.5 billion; and £4.1 billion in allocations for primary dental services, pharmaceutical services, general ophthalmic services, and to support joint working between health and social care.

 

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Article Information

Title: Revenue allocations for PCTs announced
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 20596
Date Added: 15th Dec 2011

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