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Estimates Day — [2nd Allotted Day] — Estimates 2014-15 — Department for Communities and Local Government: Devolution in England (2 March 2015)

Damian Collins: ...own proposals, and that there should be an active dialogue in which the presumption is that devolution should and could be possible for those regions. As I said earlier, I think that health and social care should be a priority, alongside economic development and infrastructure. That is why I was particularly pleased by the announcement about Greater Manchester. Many local authorities are...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Care Costs: Disabled Children (2 March 2015)

Sam Gyimah: Of course the cost of child care for children with disabilities is high, because the ratios are higher. They often need one-to-one care, and sometimes more. When children have really complex needs, staff need additional training in order to provide that care. The reason tax-free child care has been doubled to 4,000 from the 2,000 for every other family is to give parents the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Health and Social Care (Safety and Quality) Bill: Legislative Consent Motion (2 March 2015)

Jim Wells: I beg to move That this Assembly endorses the principle of the extension to Northern Ireland of the provisions of the Health and Social Care (Safety and Quality) Bill, as introduced in the House of Commons on 2 July 2014, contained in clause 5 and paragraphs 1 to 6 of the schedule dealing with the objectives of regulators of health and social care professionals. In July of last year, the...

Deaths in Mental Health Settings (27 February 2015) See 1 other result from this debate

Jane Ellison: ...on in this area, but first let me say that the right hon. Lady is absolutely right. As a constituency Member, I have been out on a Friday night with my local police’s rapid response team. Very caring young police officers have stressed to me the importance of not only equipping them with skills, but ensuring that they are not asked to do things that are not part of their core duties,...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Inflammatory Bowel Disease (26 February 2015)

Jane Ellison: ...the University of Oxford. This is focussed on re-defining Crohn’s disease at a molecular level to identify new biomarkers and therapies. The NIHR Health Technology Assessment programme is seeking to commission a systematic review looking at whether patients can be identified who may need early intensive treatment in Crohn’s disease. The NIHR Clinical Research...

Public Bill Committee: National Health Service (Amended Duties and Powers) Bill: Clause 1 - Duty on the Secretary of State to promote comprehensive health service based on social solidarity (24 February 2015)

Simon Burns: ...by the Secretary of State and other politicians; secondly, we wanted—[ Interruption. ] If the hon. Member for Eltham listens for a minute, he will learn something. We wanted to allow GPs to commission care for their patients because GPs are best qualified to determine what sort of care and the quality of care that patients need, not a PCT that was full of bureaucrats and was divorced...

Petitions and e-petitions: Backbench Business — Mental Health and Unemployment (24 February 2015)

Paul Burstow: ..., but more needs to be done to ensure the take-up of such programmes, so that people can benefit from the advantages that they provide. Over the past two years, I have had the opportunity to chair an independent commission on mental health for the think-tank CentreForum and to co-chair a task and finish group on mental health and employment with Marjorie Wallace, the chief executive of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: NHS Staff (24 February 2015)

Daniel Poulter: ...called irresponsible, and there is about 13 billion more going into the NHS during this Parliament. We have also increased transparency to make sure that where there are isolated pockets of poor care, the Care Quality Commission can intervene and make recommendations to improve the quality of care for patients in those hospitals.

Written Answers — Department of Health: Care Quality Commission (24 February 2015)

Jamie Reed: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what proportion of Care Quality Commission inspection reports have been published within the 50-day target period in the last 12 months.

Written Answers — Department of Health: Social Services (24 February 2015)

Norman Lamb: ...bandings between 2005/06 and 2009/10. The bandings were set out in 2003 guidance and updated in 2010 by Prioritising Need in the Context of Putting People First: A whole system approach to eligibility for social care, which retained the same eligibility framework based on four bandings. Percentage of LAs at Critical Percentage of LAs at Substantial Percentage of LAs at...

Isil: New Clause 1 — Termination of pregnancy on the grounds of the sex of the unborn child (23 February 2015)

Jane Ellison: ...stress that all independent sector providers have agreed to comply with, and operate on the basis of, the Department’s guidance and that they must do so as part of their licensing conditions. The Care Quality Commission monitors compliance with that, including through its inspection visits.

Written Answers — Department of Health: Patients: Mortality Rates (13 February 2015)

Earl Howe: The publication of hospital mortality rates is part of the Government’s drive for greater transparency and should help the NHS drive up quality of care. Risk-adjusted mortality rate data, such as Summary Hospital-level Mortality Indicator (SHMI) is in the public domain. While they do not tell us whether a hospital is safe or unsafe, they can act as a warning light to trusts and...

Royal Assent: Mental Health and Well-being of Londoners (12 February 2015)

Luciana Berger: ...health is just as important as physical health in ensuring the well-being of the population. Almost three years ago my colleagues in the House of Lords tabled amendments to the Health and Social Care Bill on parity of esteem between mental and physical health. As this debate has shown, however, there are challenges in how that measure is put into practice. Since then, mental health has...

[Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] — National Infrastructure Projects (Local Development) (12 February 2015)

Andy Slaughter: ...may talk primarily about the subject to which I am going to devote most of my speech. Let me begin by explaining and delimiting the topic of the debate, because the title was chosen with some care. This is not a debate about the merits or demerits of particular infrastructure projects; it is a debate about the relationship between those important national infrastructure projects and the...

Care and Support Regulations — Motion to Take Note (12 February 2015)

Earl Howe: ...comments. I will seek to address as many as possible today and respond to others in writing as need be. These 17 sets of regulations give full expression to many of the key aspects of the reformed care and support system envisaged by the Care Act. First, there are two sets of regulations that set out important details of people’s rights as they progress through the pathway of care...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Speech and Language Disorders (12 February 2015)

Daniel Poulter: ...a decision for the judgement of the clinician, drawing on their professional training, their ongoing professional development, and the advice provided by the relevant professional body. The quality of care would be monitored by the provider, through clinical audit and other performance assurance, and by the relevant regulator of the provider (such as the Care Quality Commission), and...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department of Health: Statutory Guidance to Trust Special Administrators (12 February 2015)

Jeremy Hunt: ...Health Act 2009 and set out under Chapter 5A of the 2006 Act. It offers a time-limited framework to deal with urgent issues affecting the ability of an NHS Trust or Foundation Trust to deliver patient care, whether for clinical or financial reasons, or both. A TSA must make recommendations to the Secretary of State, or in the case of a Foundation Trust, to Monitor, about actions to secure...

Deregulation Bill: Report (3rd Day) (11 February 2015) See 3 other results from this debate

Lord Best: ...knows it is imperative that the quantity of new homes be increased to address acute national shortages that are wreaking havoc for almost all households under the age of 40, we must also be mindful of the quality of these homes. The UK is currently building the smallest flats and houses of any EU country—and, of course, in comparison with the USA, Canada, Australia and so on. Much of...

Francis Report: Update and Response — Statement (11 February 2015) See 1 other result from this debate

Lord Walton of Detchant: ...the local whistleblowing guardians, what kind of qualifications they will be expected to hold and who will employ them? I take it that the national whistleblowing guardian is to be employed by the Care Quality Commission. Again, it would be helpful to know the Government’s views about the kind of individual who will be sought to fulfil that appointment.

Adult Social Care Contracts — Question (11 February 2015) See 1 other result from this debate

Lord Laming: ...he made about the legislation and examine whether these authorities are disregarding the duty placed on them by Parliament to carry out a proper assessment of need for each individual, to produce a care plan and to make sure that that care plan is related to the individual’s developing situation? Will he ask the Care Quality Commission to make unannounced inspections of these...

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