The conclusions of the Joint Voluntary Community & Social Enterprise Review

The conclusions of the Joint Voluntary Community & Social Enterprise Review

Author: Department of Health, Public Health England, and NHS England

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The Joint VCSE Review was initiated in November 2014 by the Department of Health, Public Health England, and NHS England to describe the role of the VCSE sector in contributing to improving health, well-being and care outcomes; to identify and describe challenges and opportunities and make recommendations for national government, local government and the NHS. After an interim report, there was a full public consultation, a detailed report, updated by a concise action plan in 2018.

The Joint VCSE Review was initiated in November 2014 by the Department of Health, Public Health England, and NHS England to describe the role of the VCSE sector in contributing to improving health, well-being and care outcomes; to identify and describe challenges and opportunities and make recommendations for national government, local government and the NHS. After an interim report, there was a full public consultation, a detailed report, updated by a concise action plan in 2018. The group overseeing production and then implementation of the recommendations, chaired by Alex Fox OBE, CEO of Shared Lives Plus, comprised representatives of charities and social enterprises of all kinds and sizes, and civil servants from the three system partners.

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