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Care Act 2014

Section 105LETBs: co-operation by providers of health services

646.Subsection (1) provides that regulations must require specified commissioners of health services to include in the arrangements under the National Health Service Act 2006 (the 2006 Act) for the provision of such services terms to ensure that the provider complies with requirements imposed under paragraphs (a), (b) and (c). Paragraph (a) states that providers must co-operate with any LETB in which it provides services. Paragraph (b) requires providers to provide LETBs with such information as they may request and paragraph (c) requires providers to comply with other obligations that may be specified. The regulations will seek to ensure that providers of NHS and public health services co-operate with the LETB in their area to support the planning, commissioning and provision of education and training. This may include the provision of workforce information to support such activities. Such regulations will support the duty imposed on commissioners by section 1F(2) of the 2006 Act.

647.Subsection (3) provides that the regulations may specify matters that the LETB must have regard to when considering the reasonableness of requesting a provider to cooperate with it, or to provide it with information.

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