Tag Archives: House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts

Ongoing Reflections on the State of the NHS (BBC News / NAO / NHS Providers / PAC / Health Foundation / NHS England)

Summary The Prime Minister is in favour of another multi-year funding plan for the NHS in England, deigned to permit planned re-structuring, tackle long-term financial shortages, and avoid recurrent annual cash top-ups / the persistent need for unexpected bailouts. This … Continue reading

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NHS Recovery Plan: Recommendations For Clarity on Sustainability of Health [and Social Care] (BBC News / PAC)

Summary The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has recommended (quote): A clear and transparent recovery plan, targeting NHS bodies and health economies in severe financial difficulty, by March 2017. A report by July 2017 on whether NHS finances … Continue reading

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Neurological Care in England: Recommended Improvements (BBC News / House of Commons)

Summary The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee’s earlier report (2012) made recommendations for improving services and delivering better outcomes for people with neurological conditions. Their latest follow-up report points to the continued existence of long delays in diagnosis, poorly … Continue reading

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Care Quality Commission Found Wanting by Commons Public Accounts Committee: Over-Stretch? (BBC News / House of Commons PAC)

Summary The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has raised questions about whether the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has yet achieved the working capacity to be a fully effective regulator of health and social care. There have been concerns … Continue reading

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Review of Progress on Services for People With Neurological Conditions (NAO / BMJ / BBC News)

Summary This National Audit Office (NAO) report indicates mixed progress against the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee’s (2012) recommendations for improving services and achieving better outcomes for people with neurological conditions. The three recommendations against which progress has been … Continue reading

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GP Out-of-Hours Services: Learning From International Acute Care Models (Monitor / Committee of Public Accounts / NAO)

Summary Monitor studied acute service models internationally to inform the development of potential new models of care in the NHS. “…the NHS may be able to reduce attendances at A&E and provide better services for patients if it was able … Continue reading

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Adult Social Care in England: Official Report (House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts / BBC News)

Summary This House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts report suggests that implementation of the Care Act will depend on an unprecedented degree of collaboration across every level of government. The report indicates that roughly 220,000 people working in social … Continue reading

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