Committee for Housing, Communities and Local Government interview a panel of experts on the the future for social care funding
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3 October, 2018Jon Bunn
The £240m announced by the government for social care yesterday will be distributed to councils using the social care relative needs formula, the government has confirmed.
2 October, 2018Jon Bunn
Commentary on the Conservative party conference.
14 May, 2018Ben Heather
Health and care leaders in Birmingham lack a coherent strategy for the city and remain focused on organisational rather than system priorities, the Care Quality Commission has said.
9 May, 2018Jon Bunn
The government must devise a credible plan by the end of the year for establishing a sustainable adult social care system and implement it quickly, MPs have said.
8 May, 2018Michael Wood
Many of the emerging integrated care system leadership teams I have met are, quite rightly, focusing on the front end of their new systems. ‘Population health management’ is the critical component part of a system of accountable care (whatever you call it). Get it right and the flow of patients, money and logic all seem remarkably well connected.
4 May, 2018Blair McPherson
In the future, successful leaders will be the ones who work out how to collaborate. So said David Behan, the departing head of the Care Quality Commission, at a recent conference of local authority directors.
1 May, 2018David Paine
Health and social care secretary Jeremy Hunt has urged local government to lead the debate about the future of social care services.
30 April, 2018Robert Cusack
The number of children issued with child protection plans rose by about a quarter between 2010 and 2016, most likely caused by cuts to early intervention schemes, a new report has found.
23 April, 2018Joe Simpson
One of the privileges of my job is that, each year, I get to spend a week with senior health colleagues looking at the Danish health and social care system. Like us, Denmark has a health service that is free at the point of use. We can therefore compare, contrast and learn.
23 April, 2018Jon Bunn
Members of the public will convene to make recommendations on the long-term funding of adult social care in the first “citizens’ assembly” commissioned by parliament.