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'Uber-style' private GP appointment service primed for national rollout

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Practice Manager|16 Sep 2016 10:16am For some reason, when GP's hand the contract back to NHS England they are liable for the lease of the "NHS premises", they are liable for redundancy payments to "NHS Staff" and are left with hard to sell "NHS equipment" on top of having to deal with personal responsibilities of being registered with CQC (for a very personally funded fee). Are you really a practice manager?

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16 Sep 2016

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10:26am

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