From April, parents of the 136,000 babies born across London each year will be able to record and manage information about their child’s health and development online. The NHS in England has today announced a digital version of the Redbook will be rolled out across London, answering calls from parents who often lose information when […]
Next steps for the Five Year Forward View and planning for 2016-17: The NHS Leaders meetings – book now
Local and national leaders from across the health service are to come together to discuss NHS plans for 2016/2017 and the delivery of the Five Year Forward View. NHS provider chief executives and CCG accountable officers are being invited to join the leaders of national health and care bodies – including Simon Stevens, CEO of […]
This guidance has revised in response to changes signalled in two other recent publications – the NQB’s Shared Commitment to Quality (December 2016) and Next Steps on the Five Year Forward View (March 2017).
NHS England introduced a new CCG improvement and assessment framework in 2016/17, fully aligned to the Next steps on the Five Year Forward View and NHS planning guidance. This brings together a range of key indicators, enabling NHS England and CCGs to work together, using the indicators to drive improvement for patients. There are national […]
Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) were established on 1 April 2013 and are clinically-led organisations at the heart of the NHS system. NHS England has a statutory duty (under the Health and Social Care Act (2012)) to conduct an annual assessment of every CCG. CCG improvement and assessment 2018/19 The CCG Improvement and Assessment Framework (IAF) […]
Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View Home NHS Five Year Forward View Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View Executive summary The NHS in 2017 Urgent and emergency care Primary care Cancer Mental health Integrating care locally Funding and efficiency Strengthening our workforce Patient safety Harnessing technology and innovation Conclusion […]
This document reviews the progress made since the launch of the NHS Five Year Forward View in October 2014 and sets out a series of practical and realistic steps for the NHS to deliver a better, more joined-up and more responsive NHS in England.
Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View: NHS sets out action to deliver NHS care fit for the future
As the NHS approaches its 70th anniversary the health service has today published the plan setting out how it will deliver practical improvements in areas prized by patients and the public – cancer, mental health and GP access – while transforming the way that care is delivered to ease pressure on hospitals by helping frail […]
The Next Steps on the Five Year Forward View (published March 2017) describes a move towards integrated care, delivered through collaboration across health and care systems. Building on sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs), some areas are now ready to go further and more fully integrate their services and funding. An integrated care system (ICS) is an […]
The President of the National Association Primary Care preview his session at Expo 2017 on Accountable Care Systems and the benefits they could bring: The challenges facing the provision of health and care services with increasing need and expectation in the 21st century are global. However, the delivery of care varies greatly in the differing […]