Whitehall demands in-year cuts to improvement programme

By Dan Peters | 19 September 2018

The sector’s ability to respond to crises such as a care provider failure could be hit after Whitehall demanded cuts to a key improvement programme, senior councillors have been warned.

A report to a Smith Square meeting last week revealed that the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) had asked for in-year savings to the care and health improvement programme (CHIP).

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