Future Options for General Practice

Future Options for General Practice

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Edited by Geoff Meads, Foreword by Ian Carruthers

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  • Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 240 pages
  • Dimensions: 140mm x 220mm x 14mm | 299g
  • Publication date: 29 September 1995
  • Publication City/Country: Oxford
  • ISBN 10: 1857750799
  • ISBN 13: 9781857750799
  • Edition: New edition
  • Edition statement: 1st New edition

Product description

With the advent of the new health authorities, multifunds and consortia, it is likely that the GP's professional leadership of primary care will rapidly become only one of a number of provider options. This book defines some of the future options for the organization of primary care. The evolving possible roles of GPs and practices in these changing circumstances are examined closely. As the new health authorities come into full legislative force, how will they deploy the combined financial allocations for primary and secondary care to support their new capacity to enter into local contracts? Which health care providers will emerge in this market place in response to this shift in commissioning power? These are critical questions for general practice. With contributions from a variety of sources that reflect the varied origins of organizational initiatives, this is a book for planners, providers and purchasers of extended primary care.

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Table of contents

The British dilemma, Geoff Meads; the international context, John Horder; the managed practice, John Hughes; the total fundholder, David Colin-Thome;the preferred provider, Nigel Sylvester; the general practice consortium, Hugh Maclean; the primary care agency, Roger Edmonds and Robert Sloane; the city multifund, David Paynton; the integrated community care practice, Patrick Pietroni; the GP-based care network, Tom Davies; the primary care trust, Nigel Starey; joint ventures, Stuart Chidgey; primary managed care, Barry Robinson; ten years on, June Huntington.