In the wake of the General Election announced last week by the Prime Minister, Future Care Capital (FCC) has made several key recommendations about improving health and care for consideration by all political parties as they draft their manifestos. FCC regards this election as a critically important opportunity to promote innovative solutions to well-known challenges.
FCC, originally founded in 1945, with a long history in health and care education, is committed to delivering new thinking about health and care. The charity is an independent voice undertaking research to explore how health and care services can be delivered in the future.
The short and long-term policy recommendations launched today are intended to form the foundations of a practical and more unified health and care system. Key recommendations include:
These policy recommendations focus on practical steps to support a renewed focus on health and care during the next parliament.
FCC is committed to engaging, educating and involving all generations in the development and delivery of unified health and care provision.
As the General Election progresses, FCC will look to expand upon these recommendations and promote a positive debate about the future of our health and care system.