Video: NHS reforms must not destroy 'magic' of GP-patient relationship

General practice must move away from the current system of 'microincentives' to a more holistic model of care, NHS England's director of primary care has warned.

Dr Arvind Madan told the RCGP annual conference in Harrogate that GPs must not allow ongoing NHS reforms to forget the essence of their role or undermine their relationship with patients.

Watch a short clip below from Dr Madan's speech, and click here to read more about his speech - in which he called the current NHS leadership 'the most GP friendly' in the history of the NHS.

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