Dementia Enhanced Service To Cease: Job Done? (NHS England)


The Dementia Enhanced Service will cease on March 31st 2016 (and the £42 million resource will be transferred into a “global sum”), given that GPs are by now diagnosing dementia more routinely. Other Enhanced Services will continue unchanged however.

The new GP contract involves an investment of £220 million for 2016/17; part of which provides a pay uplift of 1% for GPs.

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NHS England, Government and BMA agree new GP contract for 2016/17. London: NHS England, February 19th 2016.

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