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Scanning for savings with asset managementSubscription
Understanding the importance of assets
The Treasury is attempting to maintain social care funding with a new ringfence and by giving councils new permissions to raise taxes.
George Osborne has confirmed NHS England’s budget will rise to £120bn by 2020-21, but said other Department of Health spending will be cut by 25 per cent.
Increasing pressure on healthcare professionals demands a close look at volunteering, writes Adrienne Fresko
As a result of briefings to media over Monday evening, some of the big questions about what tomorrow’s comprehensive spending review announcement means for health have already been answered.
The government’s emphasis on the rate of emergency hospital admissions as an indicator of local performance on the better care fund is “patronising” and has distorted health and social care integration, according to an NHS England report.
MPs will next week consider “radical” plans to give ministers wide ranging new powers to transfer NHS functions, funding and assets to councils.
Capacity, culture and collaboration: a formula for delivering the NHS Five Year Forward ViewSubscription
There are many opinions on why the NHS Five Year Forward View is being held back. But there is a way forward, says Anne Crofts
The better care fund has appointed its third director in a year.
Ministers confirm future of BCF for 2016-17 Subscription
The pooling of health and social care budgets under the better care fund will continue in 2016-17, ministers have confirmed.