Government aiming to transform primary care

On the 14 April, the Government and NHS England announced two programmes aiming to improve primary care.

The first, the Prime Minister’s Challenge Fund, was in reality a re-launch. In October last year, GP practices were invited to bid for a share of a £50 million pot to improve access to their services.

This could involve extending opening hours; setting up systems for online consultations, using Skype for example; creating new services such as care coordination for people with complex needs.

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