A total of 83% of respondents believed changes to GP contracts were highly likely ahead of the Best Practice event in Birmingham, which takes place tomorrow and Thursday.
Only 12% of GPs surveyed believed they could take on and manage the commissioning of primary care from hospitals to GP surgeries whilst maintaining the same level of quality and safety.
A total of 49% felt the NHS could produce an additional 10,000 GPs in the UK by 2020. More than half (56%) were confident they could take on elderly conditions such as dementia under the new reforms.
A total of 78% felt GPs felt they could function as commissioners, regardless of directorships or shares held in private companies.
A total of 68 GPs and healthcare professionals took part in the survey.