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The Social Value Difference in Health and Care Commissioning

This short report, written by Social Enterprise UK (SEUK), details the difference social value can make in health and care commissioning, and shares learning for other commissioning authorities to make the most of social value.

It presents the initial findings from the Health and Social Value Programme a joint SEUK and IVAR programme bringing together local CCGs, local authorities, Health and Wellbeing Boards and VCSE organisations in 12 areas across England.


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