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Short and sweet and yes I know it's probably the wrong forum, but.The PCT/SHA (Primary Care Trust/ Strategic Health Authority) costs for the GP practice where I work have been £30 per patient per year, so for our average 5 partner practice, the PCT/SHA has been.................. £339,000 for the last year.Oh my god!...... (is there an emoticon for absolute despair)

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Short and sweet and yes I know it's probably the wrong forum, but.The PCT/SHA (Primary Care Trust/ Strategic Health Authority) costs for the GP practice where I work have been £30 per patient per year, so for our average 5 partner practice, the PCT/SHA has been.................. £339,000 for the last year.Oh my god!...... (is there an emoticon for absolute despair)

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Short and sweet and yes I know it's probably the wrong forum, but.The PCT/SHA (Primary Care Trust/ Strategic Health Authority) costs for the GP practice where I work have been £30 per patient per year, so for our average 5 partner practice, the PCT/SHA has been.................. £339,000 for the last year.Oh my god!...... (is there an emoticon for absolute despair)

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Short and sweet and yes I know it's probably the wrong forum, but.The PCT/SHA (Primary Care Trust/ Strategic Health Authority) costs for the GP practice where I work have been £30 per patient per year, so for our average 5 partner practice, the PCT/SHA has been.................. £339,000 for the last year.Oh my god!...... (is there an emoticon for absolute despair)

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What do they do for the money?

Sorry can't edit the post in chromeThis kind of stuff..http://www.nhsidentity.nhs.uk/all-guidelines/guidelines/primary-care-trusts-new-guidance/introduction

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To put it in perspective, the cost per patient for the taxpayer to the GP they are registered with is around £50 - £130 per patient per year (depending on age, chronic disease registers etc). Not bad compared to pet insurance

The cost per patient paid to a private APMS company for providing GP services in one case was £225 per patient per year

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Sorry can't edit the post in chromeThis kind of stuff..http://www.nhsidentity.nhs.uk/all-guidelines/guidelines/primary-care-trusts-new-guidance/introduction

Yes, I have that problem with chrome as well. Went back to firefox, but accidentally switched off graphics and now can't see anyone's avatars or use the edit buttons.

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This kind of stuff..http://www.nhsidentity.nhs.uk/all-guidelines/guidelines/primary-care-trusts-new-guidance/introduction

I'm prepared to undercut them by £250.

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