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30 April 2012

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Column: 7P

Petitions [30 April 2012]


Observations [30 April 2012]

Education [30 April 2012]

Free school transport from Perton (South Staffordshire)

Health [30 April 2012]

Health and Social Care Bill

Column: 8P

—Health professionals will be able to make key decisions about improving care for their patients;

—There will be a greater focus on improving standards of care;

—Patients will get the information they need so they are able to choose the best hospital or doctor for them;

—two layers of management—Primary Care Trusts and Strategic Health Authorities—will be removed through the Act, saving £4.5 billion over the lifetime of this Parliament, with every penny being reinvested in patient care.

—There will be strong duties on the NHS to improve how it works with social care service and other local services;

—Local authorities will be able to pull together the work done by the NHS, social care, housing, environmental health, leisure and transport services to promote health and wellbeing in the communities they serve;

—Power will shift from Whitehall to town hall—there will be at least one locally elected councillor and a representative of Healthwatch on every Health and Wellbeing Board, to influence and challenge commissioning decisions and promote integrated health and care.

Column: 9P

Health professionals will be able to make key decisions about improving care for their patients;

There will be a greater focus on improving standards of care;

Patients will get the information they need so they are able to choose the best hospital or doctor for them;

Two layers of management—Primary Care Trusts and Strategic Health Authorities—will be removed through the Act, saving £4.5 billion over the lifetime of this Parliament, with every penny being reinvested in patient care.

Column: 10P

There will be strong duties on the NHS to improve how it works with social care service and other local services;

ocal authorities will be able to pull together the work done by the NHS, social care, housing, environmental health, leisure and transport services to promote health and wellbeing in the communities they serve;

Power will shift from Whitehall to town hall—there will be at least one locally elected councillor and a representative of Healthwatch on every Health and Wellbeing Board, to influence and challenge commissioning decisions and promote integrated health and care.