OPERATIONAL GUIDANCE ON IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CARE CAP - Briefing note for care providers (revised August 2022)
IMPACT OF THE PROPOSED IMPLEMENTATION OF SECTION 18(3) OF THE CARE ACT 2014 FOR RESIDENTIAL CARE - Briefing note for residential care services
MARKET SUSTAINABILITY AND FAIR COST OF CARE FUND 2022-2023 - Briefing note for care providers
DHSC White Paper : People at the Heart of Care - Briefing note for care providers
2023/24 Pan-London nursing home cost model data request - guidance
Letter, from Gillian Keegan MP, Minister of State for Care and Mental Health to thank providers across the country for their participation in cost of care exercises. 13.07.2022
Market Sustainability and Fair Cost of Care Fund - Provider FAQs
Fair Cost of Care iESE Tool Updates 07/07/22
Fair Cost of Care ROO and ROC Guidance PDF
National Insurance and Social Care Levy - £5.4b breakdown Letter from Gillian Keegan to Clive Betts, Chair of the LUHC Committee - June 7
The Care Funding Reforms – what senior management teams need to know - May 2022 (Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP)
Letter from DHSC regarding that they have published three further documents, related to ‘People at the Heart of Care.’ - 21 February 2022
The purpose of the impact statement is to describe the potential impact of the £1.7 billion white paper proposals, so local authorities, providers and people who draw and support understand how the reforms could affect them.
- The government response to the Lords Economic Affairs Committee’s report titled Social Care Funding: time to end a national scandal.
This document is a formal government response to the House of Lords Economic Affairs committee’s report: ‘Social care funding: time to end a national scandal’. The response sets out which of the committee’s recommendation the government is taking forward, as part of our reform programme, including how reforms to the charging system will ensure people are protected from unpredictable and unlimited costs. It also sets out how we are improving the quality of care by providing more support for local authorities and investing in housing, technology and the adult social care workforce.
- A DHSC commissioned independent review into adult social care reform, authored by Baroness Camilla Cavendish in 2020.
People at the Heart of Care: Adult Social Care Reform White Paper
Q&A document - updated 1 December 2021
Publication of People at the Heart of Care: Adult Social Care Reform White Paper
Letter from Gillian Keegan MP, Minister of State for Care and Mental Health - 1 December 2021
People at the Heart of Care: adult social care reform white paper - Policy paper
1 December 2021
This white paper sets out a 10-year vision for adult social care and provides information on funded proposals that we will implement over the next 3 years.
Health and Care Bill factsheets
Published 19 July 2021
Information about the Health and Care Bill.
Integrated Care Systems: Design framework - 16 June 2021
These documents set out the headlines for how we will ask NHS leaders and organisations to operate with their partners in Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) from April 2022 and guidance in respect of what the employment commitment is, its application in practice and how it affects people.
- Integrated Care Systems: Design framework
- Guidance on the employment commitment: Supporting the development and transition towards statutory Integrated Care Systems
Legislating on the future of health and care in England - NHS Confederation - March 2021
This report outlines the views of healthcare leaders on the recent white paper on the future of health and care in England, the implications for the forthcoming health and care bill and a set of recommendations to government as it develops the finer detail of the legislation.
Integration and Innovation: working together to improve health and social care for all - DHSC - 11 February 2021
The Department of Health and Social Care's legislative proposals for a Health and Care Bill.
These proposals are designed to support our health and care system to work together to provide high-quality health and care, so that we live longer, healthier, active and more independent lives.