Subcontracting considerations for GP providers

There are several reasons why GP providers often look to subcontract the delivery of services that they are required to provide to third parties.

In our latest article in our primary care business essentials series, Ben Bull and Rob Day look at what subcontracting in primary care involves, and the main issues GP providers need to consider from seeking NHS Integrated Care Board approval to the terms that apply to these subcontracting arrangements.

Read full article here.

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