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Join the conversation: What are Primary Care Networks?

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A key element of the Long-term Plan is the introduction of Primary Care Networks (PCNs). Consisting of between 30,000 and 50,000 patients PCNs are the “new vehicle for delivering integrated care at a local level”.

PCNs will consist of myriad stakeholders, including GPs, community services, mental health services, social care, charities and patient organisations.

Watch our latest Coffee Conversation as Steve How and Paul Midgley explain how PCNs will fit within Integrated Care Systems and how they will impact the relationship between the NHS and industry.

Want more on Primary Care Networks?

Discover how PCNs will be structured and funded in our recent article in Pharma Times.