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The Governments in England and Wales have announced they will introduce a state-backed indemnity scheme for primary care in England and Wales. For such a scheme to be workable it must assume responsibility for claims costs which have not already been paid for general practice undertaken under an NHS contract.
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You can report new claims arising from incidents occurring during a period of Transitional Benefits and have access to assistance and indemnity on these claims from the MDU while you remain an active paying member of the MDU or are in a period of Extended Benefit Rights, up until the point a state-backed scheme is introduced to assume the cost of these claims.
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