1. To note the previous agreement to deploy the
Quickheart Resource Allocation System
for use as a self-assessment tool, in order to provide a
transparent and up-front personal budget allocation to those
assessed as eligible to receive funding from Adult Social
2. To note Enfield Council is the only Local Authority offering this full end to end solution, enabling those people wishing to self-fund their own care to fully self-serve and enter the social care market without needing to utilise other Council services.
3. To note the online deployment of the Quickheart product will also contribute to the Council meeting its duties under the Care Act (2014), in terms of providing targeted and personalised information on indicative costs for care and support and how and where this can be accessed locally.
4. To endorse the full online roll out of the updated Quickheart integrated pathway, from self-assessment through to provision of an up-front indicative budget allocation and access to a linked social care marketplace, in accordance with channel shift activities to promote self-assessment and self-serve options across the Council.
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Significant Impact on 1 or more Wards;
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Wards affected: (All Wards);
Notice of proposed decision first published: 30/09/2014
Decision due: 12 Nov 2014 by Cabinet Member for Health & Social Care
Department: Health, Housing & Adult Social Care
Contact: Doug Wilson, Head of Strategy, Performance and Policy Email: email@example.com Tel: 020 8379 1540.
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