LMCs want compensation over patient list cuts

Rimmer, Abi
June 2011
GP: General Practitioner;6/17/2011, p6
The article reports on the demand of Local Medical Committees (LMCs) in Great Britain for compensating general practitioners (GPs) in the country when primary care trusts (PCTs) cuts patients from the GPs' list. It is reported that, at the 2011 LMCs conference in London, England in June 2011, delegates unanimously backed a motion calling for the General Practitioners Committee (GPC) of the British Medical Association to negotiate a fair system for validating practice lists.


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