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Practices are not receiving funding based on local needs

Thursday 15th February 2018

The allocation of primary care funding in England does not take into consideration local needs, a study published today has found.

The research, which has been published on the BMC Medicine, has found that practices in London receive more funding despite serving a population with the lowest health needs in the country.

Instead, the North East and North West of England which have the highest...

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