Rising to the challenge Implications for integrated care of the “community right to challenge” provisions of the Localism Act 2011

Rising to the challenge Implications for integrated care of the “community right to... Purpose – This article's aim is to consider the implications for integrated care in England of the “community right to challenge” provisions of the Localism Act 2011. Design/methodology/approach – The article's approach is an analysis of the Localism Act 2011, secondary legislation made under that Act and a review of the existing literature on the Localism Act 2011. Findings – The Localism Act 2011 community right to challenge provisions have the potential to lead to innovative ways of providing services but they also have the potential to undermine or inhibit integrated care arrangements. Originality/value – The article analyses the provisions of the Localism Act 2011 together with the provisions of secondary legislation which provide for its detailed operation. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Integrated Care Emerald Publishing

Rising to the challenge Implications for integrated care of the “community right to challenge” provisions of the Localism Act 2011

Journal of Integrated Care, Volume 20 (4): 5 – Aug 3, 2012

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Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © 2012 Emerald Group Publishing Limited. All rights reserved.
ISSN
1476-9018
DOI
10.1108/14769011211255276
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Abstract

Purpose – This article's aim is to consider the implications for integrated care in England of the “community right to challenge” provisions of the Localism Act 2011. Design/methodology/approach – The article's approach is an analysis of the Localism Act 2011, secondary legislation made under that Act and a review of the existing literature on the Localism Act 2011. Findings – The Localism Act 2011 community right to challenge provisions have the potential to lead to innovative ways of providing services but they also have the potential to undermine or inhibit integrated care arrangements. Originality/value – The article analyses the provisions of the Localism Act 2011 together with the provisions of secondary legislation which provide for its detailed operation.

Journal

Journal of Integrated CareEmerald Publishing

Published: Aug 3, 2012

Keywords: Commissioning of care services; Community empowerment; Health and wellbeing; Integrated care; Organizational development

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