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For archived versions of these documents please visit the Technical Steering Committee Archive page.
UK Contract Uplift
This table shows the annual uplift applied to the GMS contract across the UK since the 2004/05 contract year
Payments made under the General Medical Services contract
Calculations for a new dispensing feescale can be found under the Latest Version in the publication series here:
Calculations to determine the level of seniority payment that individual GPs are entitled to each year.
Final seniority factors
The current Final Seniority Factors can be found under the Latest Version in the publication series here:
Interim seniority factors
The current Interim Seniority Factors can be found under the Latest Version in the publication series here:
General Practice Trends in the UK
NHS Digital no longer maintains the General Practice Trends in the UK publication. See the General Practice Trends in the UK page for more information.
A one-off piece of analysis undertaken to provide evidence on the potential link between deprivation and the ratio of GPs' expenses to earnings in England to feed any reviews of the Carr-Hill funding formula
Other reports of interest
The report below is not produced by NHS Digital but may be of interest to readers of TSC reports:
The following archived reports are produced by the Technical Steering Committee, which looks at technical aspects of GP contracts and produces a series of reports for negotiators. It includes representatives from the four UK health departments, NHS Employers, the BMA and NHS Digital.