Tags: "capped cost model"

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Caps Opt in Opt outs

Caps, Opt-ins, Opt-outs: Is England making progress in reform of care funding?

Analysis of the Coalition Government’s July 2012 ‘progress report’ on care funding.

July 19, 2012 ×

Blogs & Media

Dodging Dilnot

Dodging Dilnot

Reform of long-term care funding in England has been overdue for at least a decade. Before the financial crisis, this was a tough challenge for policymakers. Now, it looks like a nightmare.

May 17, 2012 ×

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The Roadmap Englands choices for the care crisis

The Roadmap: England’s choices for the care crisis

Detailed analysis of the government’s options for addressing England’s care funding crisis.

May 12, 2012 ×

Blogs & Media

Pilot Error

Pilot Error

With the cross-party talks on social care funding reform now under way, there is at least one option that should not ruled out by politicians: piloting.

January 19, 2012 ×

Blogs & Media

Dilnot and the costs of long-term care

Dilnot and the costs of long-term care

Actuaries were naturally excited by the final report of the Dilnot Commission on Funding of Care and Support. It is rare that major public policy proposals are so clearly built around observations on the nature of risk and uncertainty.

November 28, 2011 ×

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The Dilnot dilemma

The Dilnot dilemma

The summer is over. The party conference season is complete. What now for the long-term care funding reform agenda and the recommendations of the Dilnot Commission that emerged at the start of July?

October 12, 2011 ×

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