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Mapping the losses from the GP Patient Survey

See how your practice compares to others - and get the facts and figures to help you argue your appeal.

See how your practice compares to others - and get the facts and figures to help you argue your appeal.

This year's patient survey now looks likely to cost GPs across the UK an estimated £35m, with £27m lost in England alone. But the losses aren't distributed equally, with practices in deprived areas likely to be significantly harder hit.

Use our interactive map below to see how your practice compares to others in your area - and get the facts and figures to help you argue your appeal.

For each PCT in England, we have analysed the Department of Health's statistics and calculated::

  • the average likely loss per practice
  • the total likely to be lost across the PCT
  • the percentage of practices likely to lose at least some funding (on QOF indicator PE7, and separately on QOF indicator PE8)
  • the percentage of practices who fall outside the 7% confidence interval, and are therefore likely to have stronger grounds for appeal (on QOF indicator PE7, and separately on QOF indicator PE8)

Map of patient survey losses


View GP patient survey losses in a larger map

Map of patient survey losses Map of patient survey losses

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