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GPC negotiators may not have commended the new GMS contract to GPs but they have spelt out the perils of a 'no' vote.
These include the imposition of the quality framework and the loss of the out-of-hours opt-out (see box). The advice is given in a package of contract updates sent to all UK GPs last week.
Some GPs have been angered by what they call GPC 'spin' and are confused by what they feel is insufficient information.
The GPC paper - 'The potential implications of voting yes or no in the ballot on the new GMS contract' - warns: 'There is much to be lost if the new contract is not accepted.'
Stockport LMC is sending a letter to GPs …