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).
[7.] Sharing Resources for Health in England: Report of the Resource Allocation Working Party. HMSO, 1976.

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