New General Medical Services contract

New General Medical Services contract

A GMS contract introduced across the UK in 2004—given that its age, “new” has been dropped in the working parlance.
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The report, Review of the new General Medical Services Contract in Wales, did say that because the contract had cost more than anticipated, local health boards had to use money from other budgets to fully fund it.
The new General Medical Services contract will lead to major changes in the way GP practices operate from April next year.
The new General Medical Services contract is designed to tackle recruitment and retention problems by giving doctors an average pay rise of 26 per cent over three years and the ability to opt out of out-of-hours work.
The new General Medical Services contract, designed to tackle the recruitment crisis in general practice, was unveiled in February.
The new General Medical Services contract,affecting the UK's 36,000 family doctors, will see the biggest changes in medical practice for more than 40 years.
Many people across Wales will be aware of changes to their GPs' out-of-hours services due to a new General Medical Services contract that was introduced in April this year.
The British Medical Association (BMA) was holding a special conference to debate the new General Medical Services contract.
In February a new General Medical Services contract was unveiled and the British Medical Association said some doctors who offered all the extra services and top quality patient care could see their pay rise by 50 per cent over three years.
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