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New report calls for joint budgets

The Government should consider radical alternatives to PBC by enabling groups of GPs and hospital specialists to have real budgets to join their care, according to a new report.

The Government should consider radical alternatives to PBC by enabling groups of GPs and hospital specialists to have real budgets to join their care, according to a new report.


Published by The Nuffield Trust and the NHS Alliance, the report – Beyond Practice-Based Commissioning: The Local Clinical Partnership – examines how the NHS can achieve a central policy goal of engaging frontline health professionals in service design and delivery and how money is spent.

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