Directions by the Secretary of State as to the conditions governing payments by health authorities to local authorities and other bodies under Section 28A of the National Health Service Act 1977 – Department of Health

These Directions come into force on 1 April 2000 and govern powers of money transfer between NHS and local councils introduced by the Health Act 1999. An annex contains the Memorandum of Agreement, Annual Voucher and Audit Certificate.

HSC (2000) 011 LAC (2000) 10: Commencement of sections 29 and 30 of the Health Act, 1999 – Department of Health

This circular advises on the new powers of money transfer between the NHS and local councils introduced by the Health Act 1999. Equivalent to LAC (2000)10. This supercedes HSG (92)43; LAC (92)17.

HSC (2000) 010 LAC (2000) 009 : Implementation of Health Act Partnership Arrangements – Department of Health

This circular provides information about the use of Partnership Arrangements under section 31 of the Health Act 1999, and the related Regulations (The Health Act 1999 Partnership Arrangements 2000/617) . The circular is supported by detailed implementation advice.

HSC (2000) 008 : 2000/01 HCHS capital allocations policy on capital to revenue transfers: changes to the NHS Trust financial regime – NHS Executive

This HSC details: part one, allocation of capital resources available for Hospital and Community Health Services (HCHS) in 2000/01; part two, the policy on capital to revenue transfers; part three,changes to the NHS Trust Financial Regime.

HSC (2000) 005 LAC (2000) 005 : Primary care trusts and group allowances – Department of Health

This guidance sets out the allowances payable to or for: Chairs and Board Members of Primary Care Groups; Chairs and non-executive members of Primary Care Trust Boards; PCT Executive Committee Chairs and Professional Members. It also provides a framework for

Change or collapse: Lessons from the drive to reform health and social care in Northern Ireland – Nuffield Trust

The health and social care system in Northern Ireland has seen seven fundamental reviews setting out major changes of direction in the last 20 years. Each has delivered a similar verdict: the country needs to reduce its reliance on hospitals,

State of Caring Survey 2019: A snapshot of unpaid care in the UK – Carers UK

The State of Caring Survey is the UK’s most comprehensive research into the lives and experience of carers. This year over 7,500 current carers shared their experiences and helped inform our State of Caring 2019 report. Key findings include: almost

PSNC Briefing 024/19: NHS Long Term Plan Implementation Framework – Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee

This briefing summarises the elements of the NHS long term plan implementation framework that are of most relevance to community pharmacy contractors and local pharmaceutical committees.

How is the NHS performing? July 2019 quarterly monitoring report – The King’s Fund

Since April 2011, The King’s Fund has published a quarterly monitoring report (QMR) to track, analyse and comment on the issues the health and care system is facing. This is the 28th QMR, which takes stock of what has happened

Is an ounce of prevention worth a pound of cure?: Estimates of the impact of English public health grant on mortality and morbidity: (CHE Research Paper 166) – University of York Centre for Health Economics

Most previous attempts to estimate the marginal productivity of English health care expenditure have employed instruments that rely on statistical tests alone for their justification. A new approach to instrumentation has proposed the use of ‘funding rule’ variables as instruments,

Professional Standards Authority: business plan 2019 to 2020 – Department of Health and Social Care

The business plan of the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) for health and social care for the period 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020. It includes the PSA’s: strategic objectives business principles regulatory oversight and standard-setting work programme

Social care funding: time to end a national scandal: 7th Report of Session 2017–19 – House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee

This House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee report recommends that the Government immediately spends £8 billion to restore social care to acceptable standards and then introduces free personal care over a period of 5 years.  The report finds publicly funded

Social Work Education in the 2019 Academic Year Information for HEIs and Students – Department of Health and Social Care

Details Social work bursary (SWB) allocations for HEIs, and the education support grant rates for the 2019 academic year.