5 edition of IMPLEMENTING GP FUNDHOLDING PB (The State of Health Series) found in the catalog.
October 1, 1994
by Open University
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||205|
GP Fundholding GP fundholding was deemed to have been the most promising of the s reforms in terms of improving secondary care provider quality and responsiveness, yet the evidence linking the policy to these outcomes is weak. Mixed evidence was found regarding the impacts of fundholding . accountable GP. • A copy of the list of accountable property book items provided to the PBHRH is in the GPC files, along with notification to the PBHRH to register/train in WAWF to record the property in WAWF. • When the GPC is used as a method of payment against contracts/delivery orders with GFP, the A/BO will ensure the GPC.
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GP Fundholding was created in as part of the quasi-market created in the National Health Service by the Thatcher Government's National Health Service and Community Care Act It has some similarities to the role played by clinical commissioning groups in the reforms of the English NHS following from the Health and Social Care Act Individual general practices were given control.
BJGP Journal Office RCGP 30 Euston Square London NW1 2FB Tel: +44 (0)20 Email: [email protected]: Jonathan Graffy. The general practitioner (GP) fundholding scheme was introduced as part of the Conservative governments National Health Service reforms and abolished by the Labour government in This paper contends that the scheme was introduced and abolished without policy-makers having any valid evidence of its effects.
In particular, it focuses on Cited by: It goes on to study in detail the impact on ten first wave and sixteen second wave practices and examines the financial issues.
Finally, the book weighs up the pros and cons of UP fundholding and suggests a way forward. Implementing GP Fundholding will be of interest to a wide range of health professionals, health authority members and managers.
Howard Glennerster, Manon Matsaganis, Patricia Owens, Stephanie Hancock Open University Press, £, pp / ISBN 0 8 DuringNottinghamshire Local Medical Committee held a debate on the motion “that fundholding is the way forward for the NHS.” As a first wave fundholder, I proposed the motion, and my opponent used a ventriloquist's dummy to respond.
Author: Thomas O'Dowd. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link). Book Review: Ruth Barcan Marcus, Modalities, Oxford University Press, Article (PDF Available) in Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 36(2) April with 42 Reads.
If the general practice fundholding scheme was an afterthought init is now at the forefront of the NHS reforms.1 2 Many practices have joined, covering just over 40% of the population and controlling around 8% of the NHS budget for hospital and community health services.
The scheme is evolving from one with large numbers of go it alone fundholding practices towards “multifunds” and. Book review Full text access Implementing GP fundholding: Wild card or winning hand?: H.
Glennerster, M. Matsaganis and P. Owens with S. Hancock Open University Press Buckingham () pp ISBN X. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.
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(Buckingham: Open University Press). Google Scholar. Hibbard, J., J. Stockard, and M. Tusler,“Does Publicizing Hospital Performance Stimulate Quality.
Implementing GP Fundholding: Wild Card or Winning Hand. GlennesterHoward, MatsaganisManos and OwensPatricia with HancockStephanie. Open University Press, pp, ISBN: 0.
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Author(s): Glennerster,Howard Title(s): Implementing GP fundholding: wild card or winning hand?/ Howard Glennerster [et al.]. Country of Publication: England.
unprecedented (for example, Improved Access, Choose and Book and annual appraisal of GPs), as well as a range of enhanced services, both national and local. When it came to implementing practice-based commissioning (PBC), the skills that had been developed in GP fundholding in.
GP fund-holding practice: A UK term of art for a GP practice or a group of GP practices which is allocated a budget from which it may purchase certain types of healthcare services—e.g.
outpatient, inpatient, and hospital direct access services. GP fund holders exercise the purchaser function for these services on behalf of their registered. GP fundholding practices which held budgets for elective admissions had less concentrated admission patterns than non-fundholders whose admissions were paid for by their primary care organisation.
There was an increase in concentration of admissions for both types of GP practice but fundholders used more providers, had smaller shares at their.
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I'd recommend it a must read Reviews: 3.PCGs also had to tackle problems resulting from the abolition of GP fundholding and the levelling services between different practices.
After 18 months many initiatives were planned or under way. For example, most groups and trusts (88%) had initiated schemes to enable practices to share resources to improve access to services and promote.GP fundholding was abolished, and primary care groups (later primary care trusts) were established as the new commissioning bodies, but with a greater focus on needs assessment and accountability to the local community.
District health authorities became, simply, health .