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PODCAST Ben Gowland's outrage over GP greed accusations

By: Information Daily Staff Writer
Published: Tuesday, November 17, 2015 - 16:02 GMT Jump to Comments
           

Following the call for further integration in the Five Year Forward View, the lack of clear division between commissioner and provider roles has resulted in GPs awarding themselves available contracts. Is this a case of greed, or the result of a poorly planned system that puts GPs in an invidious position?

Joe Tibbetts in conversation with Ben Gowland.

This podcast was first published in Healthcare Innovation Monitor, sponsored by the Ockham Healthcare Practical Steps Programme, helping GP practices and CCGs develop new models of care.

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