The effects of fundholding in general practice on prescribing habits three years after introduction of the scheme.

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OBJECTIVES To observe changes in prescribing practice that occurred after the introduction of fundholding in first wave practices and to contrast these with changes occurring in similar non-fundholding practices. DESIGN Prospective observational study. SETTING Oxford region fundholding study. SUBJECTS Eight first wave fundholding practices and five… (More)

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@article{StewartBrown1995TheEO, title={The effects of fundholding in general practice on prescribing habits three years after introduction of the scheme.}, author={Sarah Lynette Stewart-Brown and Rebecca Surender and J Bradlow and Angela Coulter and Helen Doll}, journal={BMJ}, year={1995}, volume={311 7019}, pages={1543-7} }