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  • Title: Questions without notice Social Security
    Question type: Oral
    Asked by: Questions without notice
    Answered by: Minister for Social Security
    Question date: 15/01/2013
    Reference:
    Power of St. Brelade: My question for the Minister for Social Security is an aspiration to become self-employed as …
  • Title: Steps to prevent overprescribing by GPs with supplementary questions
    Question type: Oral
    Asked by: Roy Le Hérissier
    Answered by: Minister for Social Security
    Question date: 15/01/2013
    Reference:
    Le Hérissier of St. Saviour of the Minister for Social Security regarding steps to prevent over-prescribing by …
  • Title: Health Insurance Fund payments to doctors
    Question type: Written
    Asked by: Mike Higgins
    Answered by: Minister for Social Security
    Question date: 15/01/2013
    Reference:
    It should be noted that between individual GPs there will be significant variations in funding received for several reasons including … The total number of hours worked per GP …
  • Title: Checks and balances regarding Health Insurance Fund payments to GPs
    Question type: Written
    Asked by: Mike Higgins
    Answered by: Minister for Social Security
    Question date: 29/01/2013
    Reference:
    Answer Whereas question 7300 did not explicitly refer to the checks and balances provided by my Department in respect of Health Insurance Fund payments to local GP practices, I …
  • Title: The recovery of Income Support overpayments
    Question type: Written
    Asked by: Geoffrey Southern
    Answered by: Minister for Social Security
    Question date: 15/01/2013
    Reference:
    Given that in supplementary discussion of the issue of the Department claiming back such overpayments, the Minister accepted that such claims could cause hardship and that a limit …
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