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What steps are currently being taken to reform social care?

Blog post 18/03/2020Camille Oung | Laura Schlepper | Natasha Curry

This explainer analyses the main social care reform activities in each UK country.

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Who organises and funds social care?

Blog post 18/03/2020Camille Oung | Laura Schlepper | Natasha Curry

This explainer covers how adult social care is funded, assessed and organised in each UK country.

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How much social care does each country fund?

Blog post 18/03/2020Camille Oung | Laura Schlepper | Natasha Curry

This explainer covers Nuffield Trust analysis of public expenditure per capita for each country, and discusses estimations of self-funders in relation to their publicly funded counterparts.

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Offer and eligibility: Who can access state-funded adult care and what are people entitled to?

Blog post 18/03/2020Camille Oung | Laura Schlepper | Natasha Curry

This explainer covers the number of state-supported individuals accessing care, the financial and needs criteria that determine access in each country, and the services supported for individuals who meet the means and needs criteria.

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Other types of support: how do the countries compare?

Blog post 18/03/2020Camille Oung | Laura Schlepper | Natasha Curry

This explainer looks at what other types of support – such as welfare benefits and access to continuing health care – people with care needs might be eligible for.

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Public health

Indicator update 26/02/2020Jenny Davies

We’re monitoring changes in public health over time.

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Summary: International comparisons of healthcare quality

Page QualityWatch 22/10/2018

What can the UK learn from international comparisons of healthcare quality? We offer an overview of our research. By Lucia Kossarova, Ian Blunt and Martin Bardsley.

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International comparisons of healthcare quality

Indicator update 31/07/2018Jessica Morris

International comparisons of the performance of health systems can be a powerful tool. As well as highlighting areas for quality improvement, they enable us to answer some big questions in health care.

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