Health and Social Care Act explained | Department of Health

Health and Social Care Act explained via Health and Social Care Act explained | Department of Health.

15 June, 2012

A series of factsheets on the Health and Social Care Act 2012 explain particular topics contained in the Act, including its key themes. They include case studies of the policy in action, or answer frequently asked questions about the topic.

The factsheets were first published in October 2011 and have since been updated to reflect the changes made during the Act’s Parliamentary passage.

  • Overview
  • Case for change
  • Overview of health and care structures
  • Scrutiny and improvements
  • Key policy areas in the Act
  • Clinically-led commissioning
  • Provider regulation to support innovative and efficient services
  • Greater voice for patients
  • New focus for public health
  • Greater accountabilty locally and nationally
  • Streamlined arm’s length bodies
  • Factsheet on support worker regulation
  • Cross-cutting themes of the Bill
  • Improving quality of care
  • Tackling inequalities in healthcare
  • Promoting better integration of health and care services
  • Choice and competition
  • The role of the Secretary of State
  • Reconfiguration of services
  • Establishing new national bodies
  • Embedding research as a core function of the health service
  • Education and training

One thought on “Health and Social Care Act explained | Department of Health

  1. source says:

    Wonderful post but I was wondering if you could write a litte more
    on this subject? I’d be very grateful if you could elaborate a little bit further. Cheers!

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