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QOF could be scrapped 'in its entirety' by next year

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accountability ! QOF was trumped as the be all and end all and was forced through - after all the cost and pain of implementing it - the talk is it might go (good). But it clearly shows that those in charge do not think things through and 'unintended consequences' are often brought up but these things are predictable - like the CQC, like 111, like revalidation, like NICE. Again - we will be forced to accept ideas like 7 day access - which will fall apart in the future. Why do the RCGP , GPC, LMC keep saying yes. What is the point of the BMA if it can never say no ? we are in such a mess as colleagues are unable to say no !

Posted date

19 Feb 2016

Posted time

3:20pm

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