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The Scottish Government has published a national delivery plan aimed at increasing the rate of improvement and change within Scotland’s health and social care system.
The ‘Health and Social Care Delivery Plan’ outlines a range of key actions for government and local health and social care services to deliver better care and improve population health.
The document sets out activities and milestones that focus on four major programmes of activity, including:
– Health and social care integration
– The National Clinical Strategy
– Public health improvement
– NHS Board reform.
The delivery plan was published in response to Audit Scotland’s ‘NHS in Scotland 2016’ report, which included a recommendation for the Scottish Government to “provide a clear written plan for implementing the 2020 Vision and National Clinical Strategy”.
You can access the Delivery Plan on the Scottish Government website – http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0051/00511950.pdf and share your thoughts on it below.
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