Cluster fears NHS 111 could create significant cost pressure
FINANCE: The introduction of the new non-emergency NHS 111 phone number in Gloucestershire and Swindon could lead to a recurring cost pressure on commissioners of £744,000 by the fifth year of the contract.
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