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Practices facing tight deadlines to form primary care networks

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I can see very limited, if any gains in joining. The funding will be used to backfill senior GP time out of practice to sort development, more £'s to locums. Business set up costs and legal fees will gobble up much else. The demand on Pharmacists rises suddenly so costs will not be £50k but £60k each to appoint, basic economics, and guess what you back fill the difference. Exposed to redundancy costs within 2 yrs. So if you are a small surgery joining a big one, power of vote gives control to the big, who can then cost you money you may not have. The system has been broken by DOH in micro management, relicensing, loss of autonomy and CQC, guess what a desperate move now to try to salvage the mass exodus, and you/ we will carry the individual financial risk for it.

Posted date

24 Mar 2019

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7:41pm

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