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Dr Martin McShane: 'Anticipatory care will benefit GPs'

NHS England’s director for long term conditions explains why he has suggested that a new breed of ‘complex care’ GP practices should focus on smaller populations of patients.

Dr McShane was speaking with Pulse reporter Caroline Price.


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  • BOF.

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  • I am so bowled over by his arguments that I will, in the absence of such a scheme, refer all my patients over 75 to a consultant geriatrician for " anticipatory" care. It is clear that GPs are, on the whole, so crap that they can not care for this group adequately.

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