One in four CCGs predict 2016/17 deficit as NHS demand soars

Bostock, Nick
September 2016
GP: General Practitioner;9/9/2016, p1
The article presents a survey by King's Fund Centre, London, England which reveals that clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) and around half of the National Health Service (NHS) trusts will end the year 2016-17 in deficit in Great Britain. In the survey it is found that 23 percent of CCGs and 47 percent of NHS trusts are going to end the year in deficit.


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