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Government cash boost to transform care services

THE SCOTTISH Government is investing £1.84 million in Argyll and Bute to ‘transform health and social care services’, writes Sandy Neil.

The Integrated Care Fund (ICF) is a three-year source of funding from 2015 to 2018 to help health and social care partnerships (HSCP) support investment in integrated services.

Its key purpose is to ‘act as a catalyst for transforming health and social care services through focusing on anticipation, prevention and early intervention, and maintaining people’s health and well being’, an HSCP spokesperson explained.

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