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Introduction
Foreword
Executive summary
Reforming health and social care
The context of the White Paper
What the White Paper will achieve
The White Paper is aiming to achieve four main goals
How are we going to achieve these improvements?
Conclusions
Our ambition for community-based care
Our vision
Listening to people
Our challenge
A new strategic direction
Making our vision a reality
Well-being in our communities
Resources
Our proposals
References
Helping people to look after their own health and well-being
Shifting the system towards prevention
Social prescribing
National leadership
Making it easier to register with an open practice
Tackling closed lists
Making it easier for responsive practices to expand
Health inequalities
Making it easier to get care at the right time
Ensuring practices are open when the public wants
Choosingyourprimary care professional
Choosing services that reflect your needs
Better access to community services
Giving people more choice and control over their care services
Community health services
Making better use of community pharmacy services
Improving urgent access
Rapid access to sexual health services
Rapid access to mental health services
Screening for cancer
Access to allied health professionals’ therapy services
Reaching out to people in need
Expectant mothers
Improving immunisation services
Teenagers
People with learning disabilities
Access to health services for offenders
Older people
End-of-life care
Support for people with longer-term needs
The strategic challenge
Helping people take control
Better assessment and care planning
Pointing the way to the future
Specialist care more locally
Shifting resources
Community facilities accessible to all
Incentives and commissioning
Ensuring our reforms put people in control
Services that engage citizens and respond to their concerns
Effective commissioning
Commissioning responsive services
Making sure change happens
Guaranteeing quality
Assessment of quality
Regulation
Patient safety
Developing the workforce
Working across boundaries
A timetable for action
Key implementation tasks and timings by commitment
The consultation and the listening exercise: the main messages
Better health, independence and well-being
More responsive services with fast and convenient access
More services available closer to home and in the community
Our vision for social care for adults in England
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