Resource Allocation Working Party


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Resource Allocation Working Party

A group (UK) that devised a formula for allocating funds based on weighted capitation—using the health authority population size weighted for age and sex, and weighted for morbidity and risk.
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Prior to the Tomlinson proposals, potentially one of the most significant changes to the delivery of patient care in London was the recommendations of the Resource Allocation Working Party (RAWP).
Sharing Resources for Health in England: Report of the Resource Allocation Working Party.

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