TITLE

Boundary pilots register just 12 patients

AUTHOR(S)
Wellman, Alex
PUB. DATE
June 2012
SOURCE
Pulse;6/20/2012, Vol. 72 Issue 22, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The author reflects on the uncertainty concerning the timetable for the boundary pilot project for the general practitioners in Great Britain. The author mentions the findings of the Pulse investigations regarding the practice boundary project, revealing that only 12 patients have registered with a practice close to their workplace. The author adds that the Department of Health (DH) has also suggested the reconsideration of the pilots' evaluation. INSET: Practice boundary pilots: the story so far.
ACCESSION #
77666387

 

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