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Efficiently implementing the new healthcare act - 5 tips

Helping you to provide the personalised care your clients need without unnecessary upheaval

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Efficiently implementing the new healthcare act - 5 tips

Helping you to provide the personalised care your clients need without unnecessary upheaval

The Care Act 2014 will, for the first time, put people and healthcare staff in control of care.

This guide will help you provide the personalised assistance your clients need, without unnecessary upheaval.

The government has worked with individuals and organisations to develop the most comprehensive overhaul of care and support since 1948.  The result is the Care Act 2014.

Providers will have to adapt quickly  to the demands of the new regulations. At the centre of the act are four key principles:

  • Clearer, fairer care and support
  • Wellbeing – physical, mental and emotional – of both the person needing care and their carer
  • Prevention and delay of the need for care and support
  • To put people in control of their care

Its significance makes the Care Act 2014 incredibly important for healthcare providers. It is vital you are able to implement the changes in  a flexible and cost-effective way, which is why we’ve produced this guide – to help you do just that.

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The Care Act 2014 will, for the first time, put people and healthcare staff in control of care. This guide will help you provide the personalised assistance your clients need, without unnecessary upheaval.

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