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GP investigation shows how trusts plan to slash millions from practice funding.
Details are emerging of PCT plans to cut millions of pounds from primary care contracts this year, despite DoH insistence that trusts must not 'slash and burn' to make savings.
Documents from PCTs that have finalised financial plans for beyond 2010/11 reveal trusts are looking to recover millions from PMS and GMS practices.
An SHA source also told GP that the DoH expects to save pounds 42 million from primary care contracts if the DoH's proposals for GP pay are accepted by the Review Body in March.
PCTs have been told by health minister Mike O'Brien to use this year's …