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Making outcomes based commissioning a reality

7 Dec 2018 in Reports

This paper explores some of the issues around why achieving outcomes based commissioning has been so slow, explains how technology can help and sets out new models of payment that can increase trust, reduce costs and improve quality.



Reviving localism: three challenges

13 Dec 2017 in Reports

In January 2017, the LGiU committed to exploring three core policy questions over the course of the year: Finance: How should local government be funded? Democracy: How can we strengthen local democracy? Services: How do we design public services that are fit for the future? This series of essays draws on the last year of […]


A new settlement for social care

6 Oct 2017 in Reports

In our third and final essay in our series on the future of local government, Ingrid Koehler reviews the adult social care crisis and makes the case for a shared local and national response.


Paying for it: the human cost of cut-price care

21 Mar 2017 in Reports

Care is being purchased across England at prices that are simply not economically sustainable. In Paying for It, we look at the human side of a care market on the brink of failure with stories from across the care system. And we look at why care is priced so low and how people in the […]


Achieving outcomes based commissioning in home care

26 Apr 2016 in Reports

This report outlines the work LGiU has completed recently in outcomes based commissioning for home care, introduces CoCare the app which supports outcomes based commissioning and summarises a March roundtable hosted by LGiU.


Key to Care, one year on

30 Nov 2015 in Reports

One year on from the Burstow Commission on the Future of the Home Care Workforce, our report card looks at the 11 recommendations from the report and the state of home care at the moment.



The state of care in counties

4 Mar 2015 in Reports

This is the final report of the inquiry by the County APPG that looked at health and social care integration. The report was produced by the LGiU and the County Councils Network (CCN).