Home / Business / Health & Social Care / Politics / Rolling news / Kennally Care: what’s it worth to run both the council and the health service? Kennally Care: what’s it worth to run both the council and the health service? Posted By theboss on 12th February 2018 12the February 2018 By Graham Smith Health and council bosses have said no final decisions have yet been made about what salary should be paid to Kate Kennally for assuming… To view the rest of this article, please subscribe to Cornwall Reports Related Posts Cornwall Council will not debate Kennally Care until after it has happened23rd January 2018By Graham SmithCornwall Council can go ahead and take over commissioning for the… All eyes on next Monday, for the final chance to influence the future of Cornwall's health and social care30th January 2018By Graham SmithThe timetable for Cornwall’s health service to transform to a council-led… Cornwall Council will be allowed to debate health and social care cuts - but not until after elections24th January 2017 By Graham Smith Follow @CornwallReportsCornwall Council will be able to debate the… What now for Kennally Care, as Hunt slams on the brakes?24th January 2018By Graham SmithThe government has decided to pause its roll-out of Accountable Care,… This article has 9 comments Given the financial base for the ACS is at best confused and includes different measuring systems, how will the cost of providing health services for summer visitors be funded? See page 62 of the private business consultants report, Option 2: “Does not involve NHS England” https://cornwallreports.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/GE-FIRST-REPORT-ilovepdf-compressed-2.pdf How can I access th business case? https://democracy.cornwall.gov.uk/documents/s104661/9.2%20Strategic%20Case%20for%20HSC%20Devolution.pdf Have you any links to any of the documents mentioned in the business case? https://democracy.cornwall.gov.uk/documents/s104762/9.2.1%20HSC%20Devolution%20Appendix%201.pdf http://cornwallreports.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/John-Pollard-letter-re-STP-Nov-2016.pdf https://cornwallreports.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/GE-FIRST-REPORT-ilovepdf-compressed-2.pdf Having read all seven pages of the business case, I am at a loss to understand how anyone could vote for this project. Having been a business analyst for most of my career, you would be pushed to borrow fifty quid to start a whelk stall on the basis of this level of information and assumptions. Comments are closed.