Key changes to the GMS contract 2016/17

Doctor consultation

19 / 2 / 2016 12.15pm

NHS Employers and the British Medical Associations' General Practitioners Committee (GPC) have announced changes to the GMS contract in England for 2016/17.

The agreement will see a significant investment of £220m, helping to alleviate some of the pressures in general practice and working to improve access to service. It will also allow further development of data collection to drive patient care and changes that continue or build on last year’s online services.

Further information can be found on our 2016/17 GMS contract page.

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