Terms of reference have been defined to ensure that the outcome of the review is focussed on the appropriate issues.
The Parliamentary Review of Health and Social Care will:
- Define the issues facing health and social care
- Identify where change is needed and the case for change
- Set out a vision for the future, to include health and social care moving forward together.
- Look at developing primary care services out of hospitals.
- Give advice on how to deliver change, building on the positive aspects of the current system.
Areas to be reviewed
The review will look at 6 areas across health and social care:
- An analysis of the way things are now, including learning from previous studies.
- Define what the future of health and social care could look like. Think about different delivery models, organisational issues and the citizen's perspective.
- Metrics, systems, governance and pace of change
- Workforce including culture, morale, education and training, rurality and Welsh language
- Quality and safety including research & development, and innovation
- Productivity including data and insight, digital, and finance