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Do practices with more funding employ more staff and achieve better patient satisfaction?

Previous research has shown an association between funding and patient experience; practices receiving less funding have lower levels of patient satisfaction. Our work explores how funding, workforce and patient experience are related.

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NHS payments to practices in the East of England

In this resource, we explore structural inequalities in primary care at the ICB level in the East of England. We provide data on NHS payments to GP surgeries, payments per weighted patient and patient satisfaction, showing differences across socioeconomic groups.

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Structural inequalities in primary care – the facts and figures

The factors determining the quality and quantity of primary care services vary across England. Here we analyse practice level data relating to the supply, demand, and need for primary care, according to the socioeconomic status of the patients served.

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