These pages bring together all corporate documents and resources relating to the NHS England annual reports, business plans, financial performance reports and information about the Five Year Forward View.
NHS England’s Business Plan for 2016/17 sets out our 10 priorities for the coming year, reflecting the main themes of the government mandate, which in turn embody the agenda of the Five Year Forward View.
These are organised under the following themes:
- Improving health – closing the health and wellbeing gap
- Transforming care – closing the care and quality gap
- Controlling costs and enabling change – closing the finance and efficiency gap
NHS Shared Planning Guidance
The leading national health and care bodies in England have come together to publish ‘Delivering the Forward View: NHS Shared Planning Guidance 2016/17 – 2020/21’, setting out the steps to help local organisations deliver a sustainable, transformed health service and improve the quality of care, wellbeing and NHS finances. It is published by NHS England, NHS Improvement (the new body which will bring together Monitor and the NHS Trust Development Authority), the Care Quality Commission, Public Health England, Health Education England and NICE – the bodies which developed the Five Year Forward View in October 2014.
The planning guidance is backed up by £560 billion of NHS funding, including a new Sustainability and Transformation Fund which will support financial balance, the delivery of the Five Year Forward View, and enable new investment in key priorities.
Five Year Forward View
The NHS Five Year Forward View sets out a new shared vision for the future of the NHS based around the new models of care. It has been developed by the partner organisations that deliver and oversee health and care services including Care Quality Commission, Public Health England and NHS Improvement (previously Monitor and National Trust Development Authority).
Patient groups, clinicians and independent experts have also provided their advice to create a collective view of how the health service needs to change over the next five years if it is to close the widening gaps in the health of the population, quality of care and the funding of services.
NHS England’s Annual Report 2014-15 outlines some of our significant highlights over the last financial year and includes real life case studies which show how we’ve put patients first.
The report also includes a strategic review of our performance, a remuneration report and our annual accounts for the year ending 31 March 2015.
The Annual Review provides a snapshot of our highlights over the last financial year.
Financial performance reports
NHS England publishes quarterly financial performance reports to update the Board on the year to date and to provide the latest forecast on full year performance.
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