Unified Allocation

Unified Allocation

A block of funds given to local Health Authorities by central (UK) government which resulted from the consolidation of previously separate funding streams for: hospital and community health services (HCHS); discretionary funding for general practice staff, premises and computers (GMSCL); and family health services prescribing. The idea to consolidate the funds came from the White Paper, The New NHS: Modern, Dependable, since which time there has been a single stream of discretionary funds from Health Authorities to PCTs.
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