Here, we outline FCC’s take on some key health and care considerations any new administration will need to address based upon the findings from our research activity.
The General Election presents an opportunity for all political parties to set out a renewed focus on health and adult social care. It is important that health and adult social care services are given prominence in all manifestos as it is a high priority for the public.
It is recognised across the board that our National Health Service has a range of strategic plans already in place that look at the future of health provision over the next five years. Wider than the Five-Year Forward View and the action plans associated with it, Future Care Capital has identified several practical steps aimed at enhancing outcomes for the public.
Adult social care is a pressing concern for many people across the country. The public policy response in the next five years is crucial if we are going to have a system that will address the priorities of current and future generations across the country.
FCC is committed to working with all political parties to deliver the right health and care services for our country. Our policy positions are designed to encourage a positive debate about the future and the potential for change that will benefit patients and improve the experience of health and care services for all. We look forward to expanding on our policy positions during the election campaign.