Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England: Final report launch

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The independent Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England was established by The King’s Fund in June 2013 to consider whether the post-war settlement, which established the NHS and social care as separate systems, remains fit for purpose.

As well as the commission’s chair, Kate Barker, we were delighted to host Bobby Duffy of Ipsos Mori, political commentator and broadcaster Steve Richards and expert by experience Becky Huxtable at the report’s launch.

Chair of the commission: Kate Barker

Kate Barker introduced the final report from the Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England

Watch the highlights of Kate's presentation

Expert by experience: Becky Huxtable

Becky Huxtable shared her experiences of the health and social care system after her father became ill with dementia. Becky was one of the experts by experience who contributed to the final report of the commission.

Watch the highlights of Becky's presentation

How the public are likely to receive the report: Bobby Duffy

Bobby Duffy of Ipsos MORI talked about how the public are likely to respond to the Commission's final report.

Watch the highlights of Bobby's presentation

How politicians are likely to receive the report: Steve Richards

Broadcaster and commentator Steve Richards talked about how the political parties are likely to respond to the Commission's final report.

Watch the highlights of Steve's presentation