National Care Service: business and regulatory impact assessment

Business and regulatory impact assessment for the National Care Service (Scotland) Bill.

Post-implementation review

As noted above, the Bill requires Scottish Ministers and the local care boards to produce strategic plans and ethical commissioning strategies for the delivery of social care, and community health services every three years. This will enable regular reviews of the effectiveness of the reforms introduced by the Bill locally and nationally.

The Scottish Government will keep the effectiveness of the Anne's Law provisions under review including by working with the stakeholder groups who helped to develop the proposals.

The Scottish Government will review the legislation to ensure that it is still fit for purpose within 10 years of enactment.



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