Which Doctor? Putting patients in control of primary care

Dec 22, 2009

A radical new framework to tackle the inequality of primary health care provision has been proposed in this report. The proposals recommend that the majority of NHS funding (£84.4 billion in 2010–11) be distributed on the basis of a patients’ age and postcodes, and that GPs be financially incentivised to set up practices in areas of most need through a ‘patient premium’.

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Henry Featherstone

Henry Featherstone
Head of Health Unit, 2008-2010 Read Full Bio

Carol Storey

Carol Storey
Health and Social Care Research Fellow, 2009 Read Full Bio

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