Data published by NHS Scotland’s information services division show that in 2011/12 the average QOF payment to a GMS practice was £138,932, up from £132,592 the previous year.
Average QOF achievement rose slightly. Out of the 1,000 points available, practices achieved 980.9 on average in 2011/12 compared with 976.3 points in 2010/11.
The value of QOF points also rose from £127.29 in 2010/11 to £130.51 in 2011/12.
The largest percentage increase in points gained was in the depression indicator group, where the average achievement was 91.6%, up 3.2% on the previous year.
GPC Scotland chairman Dr Alan McDevitt said he was proud of the achievement of GPs in Scotland.
He said: ‘Practices across Scotland have shown once again that they are working incredibly hard to meet these targets and to deliver high-quality care for patients.
‘These statistics translate into patients being diagnosed promptly and getting the treatment they need, leading to reduced hospital admissions and better outcomes all round.’