NHS Recovery Plan: Recommendations For Clarity on Sustainability of Health [and Social Care] (BBC News / PAC)

Summary

The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has recommended (quote):

  1. A clear and transparent recovery plan, targeting NHS bodies and health economies in severe financial difficulty, by March 2017.
  2. A report by July 2017 on whether NHS finances are affecting patient care.
  3. An end to using NHS capital budgets to meet day-to-day revenue spending; which is not good value for the taxpayer.
  4. NHS England and NHS Improvement must explain how they will support the worst-performing areas, and convince the public of benefits of these plans.
  5. An assessment of the impact of financial pressures on social care, by July 2017.
  6. A report into whether there is capacity for NHS bodies to deliver everything expected from them in terms of care and services, by March 2017.

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Reference

MPs criticise Theresa May and NHS over ‘bickering’. London: BBC Health News, February 27th 2017.

This relates to:

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Reference

House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts (2017). Financial sustainability of the NHS. Forty-third Report of Session 2016-17. Report, together with formal minutes relating to the report, ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 21 February 2017. London: The Stationery Office Limited (House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts), February 27th 2017. HC 887.

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