NEW version of Who Pays? guidance published: effective from 1 September

A new update to the 2013 Who Pays? guidance has been published. A must read for those with commissioning responsibilities. But what of the new “updated” 2020 version: was it worth the wait and what can we glean from a first brief encounter? Jane Williams takes you on an introductory tour of the 68 page document in an article you can read here.

In the meantime, do let us know how you get on applying the revised guidance and don’t forget to look out for further blogs in this series, dealing with the new rules on hospital care, discharge and continuing care, and mental health detentions and aftercare.

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