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Carr-Hill formula 'very unlikely' to create more equitable allocation, finds study


If you have a skewed Carr Hill, it doesn't pay to join PCNs because you have to commit to do work for the full list but the peanuts which is the 14p is paid only for 70-75 percent of your patients. Additional services for the weighted out 25-30% is the Practices problem. I would say that those signing with lower weightage need to really think if they want that added 20-25% unpaid work - no OBEs here and the pennies not worth their metal cost.

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18 Jun 2019

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