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Briefing: House of Commons debate on the address: Health, social care and security

Briefing: House of Commons debate on the address: Health, social care and security

Ahead of debates on the address on Wednesday 28 June in the House of Commons and Thursday 29 June in the House of Lords, The King’s Fund has produced this written briefing on the key issues for health and social care in the new parliament.

Cascading Leadership programme

This free programme matches experienced, high-performing leaders in the voluntary and community sector with others in the sector to share their knowledge and provide peer support.
LD Programme
Enhanced care in care homes: building on a promising start

Enhanced care in care homes: building on a promising start

How can the good practice in enhanced care home projects be shared more widely? Alex Baylis sets out the challenges.
Blog

Accountable care organisations (ACOs) explained

What are accountable care organisations (ACOs), how do they work, and can they be established in the NHS?
Nick Timmins

Social care – who cares?

The 'dementia tax' debacle was one of the turning points of the election campaign. Nicholas Timmins asks whether all proposals for reforming social care are now a dead letter for this parliament given the government’s lack of a majority.
Blog
Women and leadership – (still) more to do

Women and leadership – (still) more to do

Susie Perks-Baker asks why there are still so few women in senior-level positions and explores ideas that could lead to promote difference and diversity in the NHS.
Blog
Chris Ham

The general election, the NHS, and social care

The outcome of the general election will mean more of the same for the NHS and social care in the short term, and huge uncertainty on two fronts in the medium term, says Chris Ham.