BMA will back GPs in legal action against Capita

The British Medical Association (BMA)’s General Practitioners Committee (GPC) has said it has been left with ‘no option’ but to support practices wanting to take legal action to resolve continuing problems with private firm Capita’s primary care support services. In November the BMA warned NHS England that it had identified ‘serious issues’ with the delivery of…

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