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Dr David Geddes: 'Progress has been made, but we are not there yet’

NHS England’s head of primary care commissioning speaks to Pulse about when GP payment issues will be resolved, plans to shrink the QOF and whether he supports the profession giving up its independent contractor status.

Dr David Geddes spoke with deputy editor of Pulse Nigel Praities, and revealed that he could give a ‘cast iron’ promise that the problems that began with practice payments from April would be cleared up so that GPs could prepare their year-end accounts.

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  • I asked my cat the same questions and I felt more reassured by my cats responses.

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  • Non the wiser after listening to this interview, just seems like a very politically savvy GP that did not really address the questions. . .

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