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WANLESS TO HEAD UP SOCIAL CARE REVIEW

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The King's Fund charity has appointed Sir Derek Wanless to head a review of long-term social care for older people....
The King's Fund charity has appointed Sir Derek Wanless to head a review of long-term social care for older people.

Sir Derek has completed two reviews on health policy for the government, on healthcare spending and public health.

The former NatWest Bank chief executive is expected to report on the demand for social care and its supply in spring 2006.

Sir Derek said: 'Demand and expectations for social care services will increase and this growth may well outstrip growth in spending.

'Our task is to set out the key factors driving demand for social care, and the likely costs over the next 20 years.'
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