The final report of the VCSE Review, Joint review of partnerships and investment in voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations in the health and care sector, has been launched. You can access a copy of the report here.
The review has been conducted in partnership between the Department of Health, Public Health England, NHS England and representatives from the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector including Regional Voices, of which VSNW are a member.
The aim of the review was to:
- describe the role of the VCSE sector in improving health, wellbeing and care outcomes
- identify the challenges and opportunities in realising the sector’s potential
- address these challenges and maximise the opportunities
The report makes recommendations for government, health and care system partners, funders, regulatory bodies and the VCSE sector. It emphasises putting wellbeing at the centre of health and care services, and making VCSE organisations an integral part of a collaborative system.
A blog by Alex Fox, the review’s chair, can be found here: blog on the VCSE Review site