O'Brien desperate to step out of care sector's shadows

Dunning, Jeremy
November 2009
Community Care;11/19/2009, Issue 1796, p28
The article details an interview with Stephen O'Brien, Shadow Minister for Health. He reveals plans of the Conservative party to introduce integrated health and social care budgets for service users in Great Britain. He expresses eagerness to be part of reshaping adult care system. He discusses view on long-term funding reform for adult care.


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