Independent report

The cost of implementing personal health budgets

This is the third interim independent evaluation report on the personal health budgets pilot programme.

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The third interim independent evaluation report on the personal health budgets pilot programme has been published by PHBE, the Personal Health Budgets Evaluation team led by the Personal Social Services Research Unit (PSSRU) at the University of Kent. It looks at set-up costs involved for the twenty in-depth evaluated pilot sites to implement personal health budgets. Costs examined include project management, system development, workforce development and support planning and brokerage.

Published 15 July 2011