Health and Social Care Reform: Making it Work for Mental Health (APPG on Mental Health)

[A brief reference to this item appears in: Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 3 Issue 3, October 2012].

Summary

This report from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Mental Health represents the results of a one year inquiry into the future of mental health services in the reformed NHS. The four key areas of concern highlighted by this report are:

  1. Commissioning.
  2. Local decision-making.
  3. Integrated care.
  4. Personalisation and patient choice.

Recommendations are offered for CCGs, health and wellbeing boards and the government.

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Reference

APPG on Mental Health (2012). Health and social care reform: making it work for mental health. London: All Party Parliamentary Group on Mental Health, July 2012.

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1 Response to Health and Social Care Reform: Making it Work for Mental Health (APPG on Mental Health)

  1. Mart says:

    It’s about time government addressed mental health issues seriously, but at the moment i don’t see this happening. I await with baited breath.
    Thank you.

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