A call to action: transformative ideas for the future NHS: a report of the NHS Futures Summit February 2014

Document type
Report
Corporate author(s)
Monitor (Agency : Great Britain); NHS Trust Development Authority; NHS England
Publisher
Monitor
Date of publication
14 March 2014
Subject(s)
Health Services
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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This report outlines options for reshaping NHS healthcare services that local health economies may wish to consider. It is intended to encourage debate about how the NHS can change its models of care to provide better services in the future. It aims to assist commissioners, providers and their local partners, as they look ahead. Commissioners, providers and their local partners have been asked to develop ambitious plans that look forward to the next five years, with the first two years mapped out in the form of detailed operating plans. Taking a five-year perspective is crucial, as commissioners and providers need to develop bold and ambitious plans rather than edging forward on an incremental basis one year at a time. This report outlines just the sort of potentially transformative options that local health economies may wish to consider.

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