In November 2015 a decision was made by the Finance, Planning and Performance Committee to agree the methodology for the reinvestment of the Primary Medical Services (PMS) premium funding and this decision was ratified by NHS England.
The documents below include principles, processes and timeline, GP practices summary, deprivation map, super output area, supplementary services, premium reinvestment options by locality, workloads impact and message from Dr Martin Jones.
PMS Review: Principles, process and timeline
This sets out the arrangements which will operate across NHS England South West to undertake the contract changes associated with the national requirement to review PMS contracts.
PMS Review: Message from Dr Martin Jones
NHS England are currently undertaking a review of all Personal Medical Services (PMS) contracts and are seeking to both align payments between PMS and GMS contractors and between PMS practices, as there are still some significant variations between how much each practice ...
PMS Review: Reinvestment plan
This paper asks the Finance, Planning and Performance Committee to make a decision regarding a methodology for the reinvestment of the PMS premium, including legacy payments, to all Bristol GP practices.
PMS Review: What impacts a GP's workload?
Patients in the most deprived areas had more problems to discuss (especially psychosocial), yet clinical encounter length was generally shorter. GP stress was higher and patient enablement was lower in encounters dealing with psychosocial problems in the most deprived areas. ...
PMS Review: GP practices summary
Including IMD scores, Black Minority Ethnic, language factor, long term illness ratio, unemployment Scores, year potential life lost indicator, deprivation affecting children index, deprivation affecting older people index, registered patients aged 0-4.
PMS Review: Supplementary services
Including supplementary services, service criteria, CCG response and LMC response
PMS Review: GP practices
Bristol CCG: GP practices and deprivation by Super Output Area (National Comparison)