Two months to respond to QOF change consultation

The DoH deadline for responses to proposals for quality framework change including a NICE-led review and local indicators is 2 February 2009.

The General Practitioners Committee (GPC), which will finalise its response at its 18 December meeting, is urging all local medical committees (LMCs) to take part.

As part of the consultation process, NHS Primary Care Consulting is organising five events to gather feedback. These are:

  • London (4 December)
  • Leeds (9 December)
  • Birmingham (6 January)
  • Taunton (7 January)
  • London (13 January)

neil.durham@haymarket.com

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