Tag Archives: Workforce Issues

Health Profile for England: a Contribution Towards the NHS Ten Year Plan (BBC News / PHE)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) have published their second “Health Profile for England” report. This attempts to give a comprehensive and up-to-date summary of the population’s health in England, with projections for the future. Evidence in this annual report is … Continue reading

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More on Integrated Care: Government Response to the House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee’s Report (House of Commons / DHSC)

Summary In June 2018, the House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee published the “Integrated care: organisations, partnerships and systems” report, which included 42 conclusions and recommendations. Full Text Link Reference Integrated care: organisations, partnerships and systems. Seventh Report … Continue reading

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Shaping Policy on the Dementia Care Crisis: Alzheimer’s Society Report in Advance of Government’s Green Paper (BBC News / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary A report on inadequacies in the care system regarding dementia patients. The number of potentially unnecessary hospital admissions among dementia patients has risen by 73% across 65 hospital trusts, from 31,000 in 2012 to around 55,000 in 2017. Some … Continue reading

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Seven Principles at the Heart of the Government’s Planned Social Care Green Paper (Department of Health / SCIE / BBC News)

Summary Jeremy Hunt, the Health and Social Care Secretary, has made a speech outlining the seven key principles for social care which will feature in a Green Paper expected to be published by Summer 2018. The principles, announced on World Social … Continue reading

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Social Care Unsustainable as a Cinderella Service (BBC News / NAO / King’s Fund / Health Foundation / Skills for Care)

Summary A recent National Audit Office (NAO) report explains why the Department of Health and Social Care needs to work harder to support the social care workforce. The number of people working in care does not match the growing demands … Continue reading

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Much Wants More: Reflex or Reason? (BBC News)

Summary This week’s Budget announced a further £2.8 billion of funding over the next three years for the NHS, comprising: An additional £350 million this year, up-front, to cover anticipated Winter pressures. An additional £1.6 billion for 2018-19. An additional … Continue reading

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