§ Mr. MacShane
To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what audit controls are in place to check public moneys allocated to general practitioners involved in total fundholding; 
(2) what controls are in place to ensure that money allocated to general practitioners involved in total fundholding is not used to improve the property value of medical premises form which doctors may obtain personal financial benefits; 
(3) what is the amount so far allocated to general practitioners involved int total fundholding. 394W
§ Mr. Malone
Total purchasing pilots operate under devolved purchasing arrangements from health authorities and are subject to the same rules and audit controls as health authorities. Resource allocation is an important element in the three-year evaluation of the pilots. Resources are allocated according to locally-agreed methodologies governed by criteria such as historical activity, demography, epidemiology and other local factors. Detailed information about allocations is not therefore collected centrally.