Video: Jeremy Hunt outlines his plans for state-backed GP indemnity

Jeremy Hunt announced plans for a 'state-backed scheme for clinical negligence indemnity for general practice' from April 2019 at the RCGP annual conference. Watch this section of his conference address below.

Health secretary Jeremy Hunt at the RCGP annual conference (Photo: Pete Hill)
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt at the RCGP annual conference (Photo: Pete Hill)

Mr Hunt said that he hoped the move would give general practice some stability and help prevent GPs from leaving the profession.

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