Tag Archives: Future Funding Models

More on NHS Funding and Expenditure: Questions of Balance Regarding Income Versus Outgoings (BBC News / King’s Fund / Health Foundation / BMJ)

Summary NHS England hopes to save between £100 – £400 million of spending annually, by no longer funding / prescribing products and services identified by NHS Clinical Commissioners as having little or no clinical value. Full Text Link Reference Triggle, … Continue reading

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Integrated Commissioning: Examining the Options (King’s Fund)

Summary The independent Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England chaired by Kate Barker (also known as the Barker Commission) stated that moving to a single budget with a single commissioner is a necessary, but not … Continue reading

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An Uncertain Age: Reconsidering Long-Term Care (KPMG)

[A brief reference to this item features in Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWNHST), Volume 3 Issue 9, August 2013]. Summary This KPMG International report, commissioned by the Lien Foundation, is an attempt to prompt and inform … Continue reading

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Funding Extra Care Housing Technical Brief (Housing LIN)

This Housing Learning and Improvement Network (LIN) Technical Brief explains the methods of Funding Extra Care Housing. This document provides details about the sources of capital and revenue funding available to support investment for developing new extra care housing, and for maintaining existing extra care housing … Continue reading

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Draft Care and Support Bill Report: Session 2012-13 (BBC News / House of Commons Joint Committee on the Draft Care and Support Bill)

Summary Even with the new cap on elderly care costs to be introduced in 2016, people at large will need a Government information and awareness-raising campaign to help them to understand their liabilities in terms of the potential lifetime costs … Continue reading

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Five Hours a Day: Systemic Innovation for an Ageing Population (NESTA)

Summary This report explores the impact of ageing on society and what this might mean in terms of innovation. Nesta proposes taking a systematic look at how people live in the context of changing demographics, looking especially at issues which … Continue reading

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Ready for Ageing? (House of Lords Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change)

Summary A recent report from the Select Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change warns that Government and society at large are unprepared for ageing. A broad range of policy areas are addressed, with comprehensive analyses of the potential impact … Continue reading

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