Tag Archives: Professor Andrew Dilnot

Conservative Manifesto on Social Care: No Solution to Dementia Tax? (BBC News)

Summary The Dilnot Commission’s recommendation, for a “cap” on each individual’s total care cost liabilities, appears to have been thwarted again. The looming probability of “catastrophic” care costs seems set to remain for persons with various long-term neurodegenerative diseases, as … Continue reading

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Sustainability of Funding for NHS and Adult Social Care (House of Lords Select Committee)

Summary The House of Lords Select Committee on the Long-term Sustainability of the NHS has identified a culture of short-termism regarding the funding of NHS and adult social care. All governments have short-sightedly failed to plan effectively for the long-term, … Continue reading

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Proposals For a Single Health and Care System (Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England / The King’s Fund / BBC News)

Summary The independent Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England has proposed the creation of a single health and social care system; asserting that the current system is not fit for purpose. The Commission’s interim report … Continue reading

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Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England (King’s Fund)

Summary The King’s Fund has launched a commission to review whether the post-war establishment of separate systems for health and social care remains fit for purpose. The NHS, and proposals for social care, are undergoing significant reform; and this context … Continue reading

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Delivering Dilnot: Funding Elderly Care (Centre Forum)

Summary This report is a further contribution to the debate concerning recommendations made in the Dilnot Report about how fair and sustainable care for the elderly can be funded. Full Text Link Reference Paul Burstow (ed.) (2012). Delivering Dilnot: paying … Continue reading

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