Mid-Term Review: Improvements to NHS and Social Care (British Prime Minister’s Office)

Summary

This mid-term review summarises the progress made by the coalition government halfway through their term in government. One section of this review covers the progress on the reforms to the NHS and social care.

“We have identified four key priorities for health and care: reducing preventable early death; improving the standard of care that people receive; improving the treatment and care of people with dementia, mental illness and other long-term conditions; and bringing the technology revolution to the health and care sectors”. (p.24).

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Reference

The Coalition: together in the national interest: mid-term review. London: British Prime Minister’s Office, January 2013.

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