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QOF activity could become unprofitable, accountants warn


This is a ridiculous situation, where we have to pick and choose which bits of QOF to do. If something is optional then it should not be in QOF. Everything within QOF should have tangible benefits to the health of the patient, and we should therefore feel morally obliged to deal with them. If it has no benefit then chuck it out of QOF. But you must recompense us realistically for the areas of real benefit. The architects of QOF must be held to account for those areas they have pushed in which should not be in there. We need better representation from grassroots GP's when changes to the QOF are planned.

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04 Dec 2012

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