The Government has decided to phase out a funding arrangement called the Minimum Practice Income Guarantee (MPIG) over a seven-year period, beginning in April - a move that doctors' leaders have warned could force around 100 GP practices to close.
MPIG means many smaller GP practices are guaranteed a minimum level of funding that is not dependent on the number of patients on their practice list.
NHS England has published an anonymised list of 98 'outlier' practices that could lose more than £3 per patient per year.
Some practices on the list will lose more than £100 per patient per year while others stand to lose around £20 or £30 per patient.
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