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GPs will be under pressure to improve star ratings

To add to the underlying inequality, the system will now reward the best with

cash bonuses while penalising the poorest

by parachuting in management

troubleshooters to 'encourage' them to

perform better.

Beleaguered PCT managers will be subjected to considerable pressure to improve their ratings. They can only do this by getting their GPs to improve results.

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