Changing the rules of the game

Nabi, Shaba
December 2015
Pulse;Dec2015, p38
The article presents author's view against recruitment or financial issues faced by general practitioners (GPs), marketisation of the health service and rise of Any Qualified Provider (AQP) a contractual system within the National Health Service (NHS). It also talks about competitive areas for GP training and rise in Alternative Provider Medical Services (APMS) contracts.


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