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The online facility to comment on QOF indicators enables people to input into the review of existing indicators. Please note that comments will be used to review existing QOF indicators against criteria including, evidence of unintended consequences, significant changes to the evidence base or changes in current practice. Comments will be fed into a rolling programme of reviews and considered by the independent Primary Care QOF Indicator Advisory Committee.

Please note that all contributions will be reviewed following the process laid out in the QOF process guide (available on the NICE website) and only those suggestions and comments that fulfil the criteria for consideration will be presented to the Advisory Committee. The recommendations of the Committee will then be fed into negotiations between the NHS Employers, on behalf of the UK Health Departments and the General Practitioners Committee (GPC) representing the British Medical Association (BMA).

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