Partnership arrangements definition

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What does Partnership arrangements mean?

Agreements made under the National Health Service Act 2006, s 75 between PCTs, NHS trusts and local authorities that enable the parties to work together to deliver health-related services such as social services, housing, transport, leisure and library services, community and many acute services. Under the statutory framework, money can be pooled between health bodies and health-related local authority services, functions can be delegated and resources and management structures can be integrated. In Wales they are established under the National Health Service (Wales) Act 2006, s 33.

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