NHS England’s Five Year Forward View: Next Steps On (NHS England)

Summary

The latest official review of progress against the NHS Five Year Forward View, marking two and a half years since it was launched in October 2014, presents practical and realistic strategic steps intended to allow the NHS deliver better and more integrated care, while also making the NHS more responsive to changing demands and financial constraints.

The main section headings include:

  1. The NHS in 2017.
    • Progress since the Forward View – a balanced (but not comprehensive) assessment.
    • Next steps – delivering for the next two years.
    • Priorities and trade-offs.
  2. Urgent and Emergency Care.
    • What’s been achieved in England over the past three years?
    • Key deliverables for 2017/18 and 2018/19.
    • How changes will be implemented.
  3. Primary care.
    • What’s been achieved in England over the past three years?
    • Key improvements for 2017/18 and 2018/19.
    • How changes will be implemented.
  4. Cancer.
    • What’s been achieved in England over the past three years?
    • Key improvements for 2017/18 and 2018/19.
    • How changes will be implemented.
  5. Mental health.
    • What’s been achieved in England over the past three years?
    • Key improvements for 2017/18 and 2018/19.
    • How changes will be implemented.
  6. Integrating Care Locally.
    • New Care Models.
    • Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships.
    • Community participation and involvement.
    • Accountable Care Systems.
  7. Funding and efficiency.
    • The NHS’ 10 Point Efficiency Plan.
  8. Strengthening our workforce.
    • What’s been achieved in England over the past three years?
    • Key improvements for 2017/18 and 2018/19.
  9. Patient Safety.
    • What’s been achieved in England in the last three years?
    • Key improvements for 2017/18 and 2018/19.
  10. Harnessing technology and innovation.
    • Helping people manage their own health.
    • Digitising hospitals.
    • Technology to support the NHS priorities.
    • Innovation for future care improvement.
  11. Conclusion.
  12. References.

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Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View. [Online]: NHS England, March 31st 2017.

This relates to:

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Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View. London: NHS England, March 31st 2017. Gateway No. 06669.

There is also a summarised version online of this document:

Related commentary regarding primary care:

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Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View: NHS England takes next steps towards the future of primary care. [Online]: NHS England, March 31st 2017.

Related commentary regarding the nursing workforce:

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Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View: England’s Chief Nurse announces ‘Nurse First’ to attract the best and brightest graduates to nursing. London: NHS England, March 31st 2017.

Related commentary concerning the improvements to cancer care:

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Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View: NHS action to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer means 5,000 more lives to be saved within two years. London: NHS England, March 31st 2017.

Related commentary concerning the improvements to mental health care:

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Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View: NHS acts to cut inappropriate out of area placements for children and young people in mental health crisis. London: NHS England, March 31st 2017.

See also, regarding armed forces veterans and service personnel:

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Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View: 17,500 forces veterans and service personnel to benefit from £9m investment in new and improved NHS mental health services. London: NHS England, April 1st 2017.

Related commentary concerning better integration of care:

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Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View: NHS sets out action to deliver NHS care fit for the future. London: NHS England, March 31st 2017.

Related commentary about eRedbook:

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Next steps on the Five Year Forward View: New parents in London to benefit from online Redbook. London: NHS England, March 31st 2017.

Wolverhampton Accountable Care System: Strategic Outline Case

A local response:

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The Wolverhampton Accountable Care System: strategic outline case. March 2017. Wolverhampton: Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust [and] EY, March 30th 2017.

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