Inquiry into integration of health and social care

 

Remit

This short inquiry focused on two key questions:

  • What have been the challenges in better integrating health and social services in the past and are there exemplars of good practice?
  • What would the detail of the Scottish Government’s proposals need to address to overcome the barriers to integration?

In considering these questions the Committee expected to present its findings to the Scottish Government as a contribution to the consultation process, and use them to scrutinise any future legislation.

Timetable

The Committee conducted a short inquiry into Scottish Government plans for the integration of health and social care.

The Committee published its report on Friday 4 May 2012.

Scottish Government response to the report dated 4 July 2012.

The Committee has presented its findings to the Scottish Government as a contribution to its current consultation process, and will use them as a basis for scrutiny of any future legislation.

Evidence

Oral evidence

The Committee took oral evidence at its meetings on 6, 13 and 20 March 2012.

Read the written evidence relating to the inquiry

Report

The Committee published its report on Friday 4 May 2012.

 
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