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Title: Analysis of consultants' NHS and private incomes in England in 2003/4
Authors: Morris, S
Elliott, B
Ma, A
McConnachie, A
Rice, N
Skåtun, D
Sutton, M
Keywords: Adult;Aged;Economics;Medical;England;Humans;Medical staff;Hospital;Medicine;Middle aged;Private pPractice;Salaries and fringe benefits;Specialization;State medicine;Time factors;Waiting lists;Workload
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Royal Society of Medicine Press
Citation: Journal- Royal Society of Medicine 101(7): 372 - 380, Jul 2008
Abstract: Consultants employed by the NHS in England are allowed to undertake private practice to supplement their NHS income. Until the introduction of a new contract from October 2003, those employed on full-time contracts were allowed to earn private incomes no greater than 10% of their NHS income. In this paper we investigate the magnitude and determinants of consultants' NHS and private incomes.
Description: This article has been made available through the Brunel Open Access Publishing Fund and is available from the specified link - Copyright @ 2008 Royal Society of Medicine Press
ISSN: 0141-0768
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Health Economics Research Group (HERG)

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