Home / Health & Social Care / Politics / Rolling news / What now for Kennally Care, as Hunt slams on the brakes? What now for Kennally Care, as Hunt slams on the brakes? Posted By theboss on 24th January 2018 24th January 2018 By Graham Smith The government has decided to pause its roll-out of Accountable Care, after MPs voiced “a great deal of concern” about the plans – which… 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… Cornwall's DIY Health Service - an expert writes1st December 2017By Graham SmithAllyson Pollock is a member of the British Medical Association’s council,… Policy by logo: Kennally Care gets a makeover, while doubts remain over whether Cornwall is getting an Accountable Care "System" or a full-blooded privatising Accountable Care Organisation15th January 2018By Graham SmithThe establishment of an Accountable Care Partnership, to supply healthcare subject… "Accountable" Care comes out of the shadows and dances on the lawns of County Hall, as health chiefs prepare for shotgun wedding14th December 2017By Graham SmithCornwall Council’s NHS “charm offensive” in the battle for hearts and… This article has 5 comments Pingback: Kennally Care still on track for 1st April launch, despite Jeremy Hunt pausing roll-out of ACOs | Cornwall Reports Having just received a ‘webinar’ from the TUC, It is clear that there is a difference between an ACS which does not imply a ‘Contract’ and the Government plans to turnthem into ‘Contracts'(/ACO’s as above). That SHOULD be strongly resisted. The CC panel was looking at 6 different models to bring already fragmented providers together for an ACS- I dont think MS Kennally was at ‘the top’ of all these. Cornwall Council MUST now debate Kennally Care BEFORE it happens! How wil Kennally Care be beneficial for those of us in East Cornwall. Cornish services are based around Truro whereas we use Derriford and Barnstaple. Keep the National in NHS! My goodness. Jeremy Hunt has done a good thing!! Comments are closed.