Policy paper

Implementing the Forward View: Supporting providers to deliver

The key priorities for NHS provider organisations in delivering high quality health and care this year and beyond.

Documents

Implementing the Forward View: Supporting providers to deliver

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Implementing the Forward View: Supporting providers to deliver (summary)

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Creating the conditions for change – the role of NHS Improvement

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Details

This report is for NHS provider organisations and is part of a series of planned roadmaps that draw on messages from the NHS shared planning guidance, and set out the key priorities for the organisations responsible for delivering high quality health and care this year and beyond.

Each roadmap reflects a shared vision for the health and care sector as set out in the Five Year Forward View about the challenges ahead, and the choices we face about the kind of health and care service we want and need in 2020.

In this report we:

  • outline the challenges and changes ahead
  • describe a coherent set of activities for NHS providers in the coming years
  • show how providers across the country are beginning to deliver these
  • outline the support providers can expect from NHS Improvement

We’ve also published the presentation that Jim Mackey, Chief Executive of NHS Improvement gave at a conference for NHS providers on 11 February.

Published 11 February 2016