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Policy for Discretionary Financial Assistance to General Practices Impacted as a Result of a List Dispersal

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The CCG has a statutory duty to follow national GP Contract Regulations which may result in a contract termination due to one of the following instances i.e.:

  • Sole Practitioner Death or Retirement
  • Mutual agreement to terminate between the provider and the commissioner
  • CQC cancellation of registration
  • Breach Processes

In such events the CCG must follow national guidance on engagement and consultation and make the decision to either re-procure primary medical services or to disperse the patient list. If the decision is to disperse the list, this policy outlines principles to be applied to support the process for practices receiving patients from a dispersed list.  This policy will ensure a consistent and transparent process that outlines how NHS Calderdale CCG  may provide additional support to general practices following a practice list dispersal which introduces demands over and above those that the list turnover element of global sum payment are intended to fund.

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