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After the first year of the new contract many practices have achieved more than 1,000 quality points. Traditionally, assets have been considered to be our buildings, appliances, furniture, goodwill and a token value for business.

Surely QOF achievement is our asset and should be translated into capital share value?

This is particularly important for small practices that are being dismantled in spite of their success.

Dr Uday Pathak

Stoke on Trent

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