What would you change about social care?

What would you change in your work to ensure it adds value or is made more efficient?  

This is among the questions being asked of social care staff in England in a new survey.

Organised by the DHSC, the survey aims to identify changes that can streamline social care processes without prejudice to quality care.

It says: “Our ongoing response to Covid-19 has revealed where temporary changes to rules and regulations could be beneficial in the longer term as the health and care system has clearly demonstrated its ability to streamline processes to get the job done.”

The views of current or (recently) former social care staff will be used to gather insights and experiences of overly burdensome or dysfunctional bureaucracy in the health and social care system with a view to reform.

The closing date for written submissions is 13 September 2020.

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