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The GMS global sum review team have unveiled their bright and spanking new Carr-Hill formula, guaranteed to distribute funding more fairly in the future.
Putting aside the information that Scotland and Northern Ireland might have to wait an extra year for their version of the new calculation, some fundamental issues still remain with the new formula.
The revised formula is merely a better way to slice the primary care funding cake.
The basic premise that an average of pounds 54, or thereabouts, per patient is not sufficient to fund core GP services remains, however you share those individual pounds out.
That's why we have the MPIG and its …