Factsheets Explaining the Care Bill (Department of Health)

Summary

Eighteen factsheets and a glossary have been produced by the Department of Health to accompany the Care Bill.

“The Care Bill was introduced into Parliament on 9 May 2013, and published on 10 May 2013. Factsheets have been produced to accompany the Bill”.

The original factsheets have been updated to reflect changes to the Bill made since May 2013. Two extra factsheets to reflect the provisions added to the Bill, covering Chief Inspectors and CQC Independence (Factsheet 17) and Trust Special Administration (Factsheet 18).

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Factsheet 1: Prevention, information and market shaping. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

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Factsheet 2: Who is entitled to public care and support? London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

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Factsheet 3: Assessments and eligibility. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

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Factsheet 4: Personalising care and support planning. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

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Factsheet 5: Charging and financial assessments. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

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Factsheet 6: Care and support funding reforms. London: Department of Health, December 23rd 2013.

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Factsheet 7: Protecting adults from abuse or neglect. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013

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Factsheet 8: The law for carers. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

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Factsheet 9: Continuity of care when moving between areas. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

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Factsheet 10: Market oversight and provider failure. London: Department of Health, December 23rd 2013.

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Factsheet 11: Transition for children to adult care and support services. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

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Factsheet 12: Single failure regime. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

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Factsheet 13: Health and social care ratings. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

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Factsheet 14: False or misleading information. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

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Factsheet 15: Health Education England. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

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Factsheet 16: Health Research Authority. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

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Factsheet 17: Chief Inspectors and the independence of the Care Quality Commission. London: Department of Health, December 23rd 2013.

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Factsheet 18: Trust Special Administration. London: Department of Health, December 23rd 2013.

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The Care Bill Glossary. London: Department of Health, May – December 2013.

Read more: The Care Bill: factsheets.

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The Care Bill: factsheets. London: Department of Health, December 23rd 2013.

Clause 119 in the Care Bill

Clause 119 in the Care Bill means that Trust Special Administrators who take over any failing NHS Trust in England can push through other local closures or changes which are deemed necessary in the region (although they do still have to consult the public, commissioners and staff).

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Brimelow, A. (2014). MPs grant powers to close local hospitals. London: BBC Health News, March 11th 2014.

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