Health Management and Policy Alert

Posted by on June 29, 2016 in Information & Advice | 0 comments

Strategic Society Centre (SSC)

Rebooting the cap: improving protection from catastrophic care costs.

The government has postponed the ‘capped cost’ reforms to care funding in England until April 2020.  Following this announcement, social care campaigners have questioned whether the ‘capped cost’ reforms will be postponed again before 2020, or scrapped completely.  This report explores the options for the government in rebooting the capped cost reforms, arguing that the current pause in implementation presents an opportunity to adapt the reforms to developments in health and social care policy, and address potential downsides to the ‘capped cost’ model, such as the risk of unintended consequences.


Source: The King’s Fund



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