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Annual hikes in GP indemnity fees to be reimbursed from April 2017

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Good news in principle if it comes to something. I've had no claims and no change in my clinical practice this year from a very part time out of hours salary role which costs me a quarter of my gross salary in indemnity fees. ( On the plus side, I barely pay any income tax as a result of this huge expense on a relatively low GP income)... MPS have put the fee up by £1000 for my next year - no obvious reason, except it is 'all unscheduled care' which is higher risk & they have increased the indemnity cost of this type of work. No surprise shifts aren't filled most weekends.. So NHSEngland that's a bit above inflation according to my maths, how & when will I be able to claim / reduce this cost please? Please Pulse do follow up on this issue, your website crashed when this breaking news feature popped up on my emails, it is a big issue for everyone in primary care.

Posted date

28 Jul 2016

Posted time

12:27pm

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