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DoH - General Medical Services (GMS)
"This section holds the core General Medical Services (GMS) contract documents and supporting documentation.
 
The contract has evolved in partnership between the NHS Confederation and the General Practioners Committee (GPC) of the British Medical Association (BMA). It creates greater flexibility for GPs and represents an unprecedented level of investment in primary care.
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BMA - New general medical services contract (A Password is required.)
"On these pages you will find the contract documentation and supporting documentation, as well as the latest news, guidance, questions and answers and updates on the new contract."

NatPaCT - SUPPORT for practices, clinicians, PCTs and SHAs as they enter Primary Care Medical Services Contracts
"The new contract was implemented in April 2016 in all GMS practices. The Department of Health has produced detailed guidance on new GMS and aspects of PMS to support implementation.
 
Following meetings with practices, PCTs and SHAs, we recognise that additional support, available both nationally and locally, is needed by PCTs and practices to deliver the operational functions and the benefits arising from new contracts.
 
This prospectus describes practical help for practices, PCTs and Strategic Health Authorities available from the Modernisation Agency and the National Primary Care Development Team to complement local arrangements. This prospectus has been shaped with input from PCT Chief Executives, Strategic Health Authoritiess
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NHS Confederation - New General Medical Services contract
"The new General Medical Services (GMS) contract 2003 (blue book) was the product of negotiations between the General Practitioners Committee and senior NHS service representatives, negotiating for the NHS Confederation. The NHS Confederation negotiated on behalf of the Departments of Health in England and Northern Ireland and the devolved administrations in Wales and Scotland. From 1 April 2016, the blue book has been implemented throughout the UK."