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Let’s not go back to business as usual for care

“There is no silver bullet to the problems which health and social care are facing – so it is more important than ever that we make best use of the resources available.


The future must be focused on outcomes for people who need care, supported by transformational changes to workforce, funding, commissioning and oversight. Rather than attempting a return to business as usual, we must grasp this opportunity to build something better – a health and care system that works for everyone.”


Peter Wyman, Chair of Care Quality Commission

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