This pandemic might just save health and care integration — here’s why

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I’ve worked in health and social care for the past decade on some huge projects involving organisations employing thousands of people — supporting community nursing teams to manage more visits to increasingly vulnerable people, helping mental health wards deal with fewer beds and guiding social work departments to assess and manage the support their clients need as

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