A new settlement for health and social care: interim report – King’s Fund – 3 April 2014

Posted on April 4, 2014. Filed under: Health Mgmt Policy Planning, Health Policy | Tags: , , |

A new settlement for health and social care: interim report – King’s Fund – 3 April 2014

“This is the interim report from the independent Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England. In it, the commission explains why it believes England needs a single health and social care system, with a ring-fenced, singly commissioned budget, and more closely aligned entitlements. Drawing on accounts from patients and their families, the commission argues that the current system is no longer fit for purpose.

At the root of the problem is a lack of alignment in funding, organisation and entitlement. The report analyses the historical divides between the two systems, the effects of our ageing society, and issues of affordability, before exploring options for change in meeting the costs ahead. It concludes with a call for responses to these options.”

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