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Wednesday, December 10, 2014


Interesting comment in a Pulse article on what the overall GMC contract changes mean for GPs. On the DES changes, the GPC said:

'We have achieved a reduced burden on GP practices.'

How much of the notion of Primary Care 'burden' is hindering good IBA etc?

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