Department of Health and Social Care England

The department of Health and Social Care England is responsible for:

  • supporting and advising ministers: helping them shape and deliver policy that delivers the government’s objectives;
  • setting direction: anticipating the future and lead debate ensuring  global and domestic health is protected and improved;
  • accountability: making sure the department and our arm’s length bodies deliver on our agreed plans and commitments;
  • acting as guardians of the health and care framework: making sure the legislative, financial, administrative and policy frameworks are fit for purpose and work together;
  • troubleshooting: in the last resort, the public and Parliament expect the deparment to take the action needed to resolve crucial and complex issues;

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