The Parliamentary Review of Health and Social Care in Wales has been commissioned by the Welsh Government to develop recommendations for the future delivery of health and social care services.
The review wants to hear the views of people who use services as well as people who work in and deliver health and social care services
You can express your views by completing the survey below.
You can also get in touch with the review using this e-mail address: PaliamentaryReviewHealthandSocialCare@wales.gsi.gov.uk
The Review has been asked to deliver recommendations to implement during this Assembly term that will deliver improved outcomes for people over the coming 5 to 10 years. To support this, the Review wants to ensure that its recommendations are founded on evidence, and on the experiences and understanding of users and providers of health and social care services in Wales.
In fulfilling its remit, the Review wishes to address four broad areas:
- Identifying where change is needed and the case for change
- Setting out a vision for the future including moving health and social care forward together, developing Primary Care services out of hospitals
- Advising on how change can be delivered, building on the positive aspects of the current system
- Defining the key issues facing health and social care
More detailed areas for the Review with specific questions are set out in the Terms of Reference for the Review.
The review will identify important issues facing our health services by an examination of the current evidence
It will draw out the challenges over the coming years, for example:
- NHS finance
- workforce and recruitment
- meeting rising demand for healthcare and public expectations.
It will also examine options for the way forward and make recommendations about what the health service of the future will look like.
The review aims to publish an interim report of its findings in July 2017 with the final document being produced by the end of 2017.