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Improved Better Care Fund 2017-18: quarterly and year-end reporting

Reports on data collected from local authorities outlining how the £1.01 billion allocated for 2017-18 has been used.

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Improved Better Care Fund 2017-18: quarterly and year-end reporting

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Local authority data tables

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Quarterly questionnaire forms

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At Spring Budget 2017, local government was provided with an additional £2 billion funding for adult social care. This funding was to be spent through the Improved Better Care Fund over the period 2017-18 to 2019-20.

The purpose of the grant is to:

  • meet adult social care needs
  • reduce pressures on NHS, including supporting more people to be discharged from hospital when ready
  • ensure that the local social care provider market is supported

As a condition of the funding, local authorities were required to report quarterly to MHCLG. This publication reports on data collected from local authorities outlining how the £1.01 billion allocated for 2017-18 has been used.

Published 18 October 2018