Guidance

Five Year Forward View - The Success Regime: A whole systems intervention

The ‘Success Regime’ is aimed at providing increased support and direction to the most challenged systems.

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Five Year Forward View - The Success Regime: A whole systems intervention

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Five Year Forward View - The Success Regime: A whole systems intervention (Annex)

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The Forward View signalled the intention by the national bodies to introduce a new regime to create the conditions for success in the most challenged health and care economies.

The ‘Success Regime’ is aimed at providing increased support and direction to the most challenged systems in order to secure improvement in 3 main areas:

  • short-term improvement against agreed quality, performance or financial metrics
  • medium and longer-term transformation, including the application of new care models where applicable
  • developing leadership capacity and capability across the health system
Published 3 June 2015