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In full: practice boundaries pilot evaluation

Read the evaluation of the Government’s practice boundaries, which found that one-third of practices failed to register a single out-of-area patient

Click here to read the evaluation for practice boundary pilots

Readers' comments (2)

  • Are they blaming the GP surgeries or isthe truth that patients don't want to register outside of their area?

    i believed the patients should approach the surgery, not the other way around?

    The NHS is in such a mess nobody really knows what is happening anyway!

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  • It is important to be aware that this evaluation is not an evaluation of the policy but of the Pilot; they are not the same thing. The Pilot did not test the policy in any true sense; the proponents will maintain that the policy is independently evaluated. It is not.

    For more information, see this link

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