Primary care networks (PCNs) are almost halfway of their five-year contract: what progress has been made?

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Primary care networks (PCNs) are almost halfway of their five-year contract: what progress has been made?

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  • Development has been varied but many Primary care networks (PCNs) have made significant progress delivering objectives.

  • PCNs have been pivotal in England’s response to Covid-19. Whilst vaccination programmes interrupted development, they proved a catalyst for increased collaboration, improved infection control, IT and systems for more efficient practice.

  • Increased profile of PCNs with enhanced awareness of services offered, resulted in consolidated relationships with local partners, workforce development, leadership capability and staff retention.

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