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rcgp logoJune 27 2016

GPs have been asked to complete a survey asking for their views on indemnity costs ahead of an anticipated government consultation.

The RCGP has opened the online survey to garner members’ views in order to better inform its response to NHS England’s consultation which is expected to commence in July.

The survey is a mix of tick box and free text responses, asking for information about working hours, indemnity costs, what impacts the cost of indemnity has on practice, and thoughts on cost transparency and suggestions for alternative methods for the indemnity system.

“The rising cost of indemnity is an issue for GPs across the UK, so we would like to hear from members in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, as well as England,” said the RCGP

Links:

RCGP announcement

RCGP survey (SurveyMonkey)

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