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Evaluating Outcomes for Personal Health Budget Holders and Family Carers

In Control, Lancaster University and Think Local Act Personal have published the findings of the third Personal Outcomes Evaluation Tool (POET) of over 500 personal health budget holders and carers. The findings provide an insight into the experiences of personal health budget holders and their families, and the impact having control over the budget has on their lives. The results were largely positive, with over 80% of personal health budget holders stating that their budget has had a positive impact on their quality of life, independence and the way they arrange support. For more information view article



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