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Care Pathways for People With Dementia: Coordination of Housing, Health and Social Care (NHF and HACT)

Summary The National Housing Federation (NHF) and HACT have published a broad-ranging briefing which clarifies the various roles that housing associations can have in working to transform dementia care pathways. Health and social care commissioners are encouraged to collaborate with … Continue reading

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Prospects of Health and Wellbeing Boards (Smith Institute)

Summary Health and wellbeing boards have the potential to improve integrated care and provide more democratic approaches to developing shared plans for local populations. Effective relationships and adequate resources are required for them to be effective. Chapters include: Development of … Continue reading

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