NAO report: Integration agenda “falling short”

A report by the National Audit Office has found that the government’s integration agenda for health and social care “at significant risk”. The findings showed that “progress with integration of health and social care has, to date, been slower and less successful than envisaged and has…...

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ADASS calls for £1bn to stabilise social care

The Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) has urged the government to provide £1bn of emergency social care funding to councils in 2017/18 to stabilise the system. However, the organisation noted that this £1bn would only help with stability in the short term…....

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Green light for first new London hospital in 30 years

Last night, the Westminster Council Planning Committee approved the Cleveland Clinic’s plans to redevelop 33 Grosvenor Place, SW1 into a full-scale acute hospital with eight operating theatres, three cath labs and 205 in-patient beds. Assuming it goes ahead, this will be the first major new…...

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Acadia sells 22 hospitals to BC Partners

  Acadia Healthcare has agreed the sale of 22 former Priory and Partnerships in Care facilities to BC Partners for £320m (approximately $390m). The private equity firm fended off competition from former Priory Group owner Advent International to seal the deal, which remains subject to…...

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Cambian looks to sell adult care business

Asaria says Group ‘acutely aware of the need to deleverage’ as it announces 17% drop in EBITDA for the first half Cambian has announced the potential sale of its adult care division as it reported a 17% drop in EBITDA to £22m for the six…...

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Keepmoat

Keepmoat has started work on a £12.4m extra care housing development in Darwen, Lancashire for people over the age of 50 who have assessed care needs. The 119-home scheme, comprising 85 self-contained flats, and 34 two-bed bungalows, is being built for Together Housing Association and…...

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