GPs have resisted calls to update their patient lists after suggestions practices may be including dead people and getting more cash.
The health service has restarted its investigations into so-called ‘ghost patients’ after they were paused to allow GPs to cope with the increased workload of Covid.
It comes after MailOnline last month revealed more than 5.2million patients who do not exist are registered at GP surgeries in England.
Surgeries are paid roughly £150 per year for every…
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