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Payments to practices for commissioning

Open or download and read the spreadsheet, created by Pulse journalists, on payments to practices for commissioning.

GP practices are in some areas being expected to work with their clinical commissioning group (CCG) for free amid claims failure to reimburse GPs properly for their time was undermining engagement.

A Pulse investigation reveals GPs in some areas are either going unpaid or receiving as little as 10p patient this financial year – not enough to cover time spent out of practice. There is sharp variation in how GPs are being funded for commissioning activity, with some practices paid almost £4 per patient.

Click here to open or download and read the spreadsheet, created by Pulse journalists, on payments to practices for commissioning.

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