Ethical commissioning

Ethical commissioning

The Bill requires both the Scottish Government and the newly created care boards to create an ethical commissioning strategy for care delivery. This is described as “a tool that will enable the NCS to implement Fair Work and the other [National Care Service] Principles” and is intended to include: • “Fair work practices which encourage the development of a quality, sustainable, and appropriately valued workforce; • “Climate and circulate economy considerations in the Scottish Government’s service footprint to support a just transition to net zero; • “Financial transparency and commercial viability of any outsources services; • “Full involvement of people with living experiences throughout, putting the person at the centre of making the choice; and • “A shared accountability between all partners and stakeholders involved in delivery.” If you agree with these proposals in the Bill select the thumbs up button If you agree with these proposals in the National Care Service Bill click the thumbs up button (👍) in the rating section below. If you disagree with these proposals click the thumbs down button (👎) in the rating section below. If you are unsure about the proposals and feel you need to know more about them click the question mark button (❓) in the rating section below. If you have any additional comments about this proposal please provide them in the comment section below.

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