The NHS Long-Term Plan

The NHS has published its long-term plan, which focuses on making the health service fit for the future, and getting the most value for patients out of every pound of taxpayers’ investment.

The plan, backed by extra investment, aims to give everyone the best start in life, deliver excellent care for major health issues such as cancer and mental health, and will further improve how the NHS helps people age well.

You can read the full national plan online or read a summary.

The plan contains a broad range of aims and intentions for the NHS over the next 10 years, including setting out direction for the future configuration of the NHS, including CCGs. It highlights both the need to work as part of a broader Integrated Care System (ICS) and the increased emphasis on integrated working with local authorities, across both health and social care. We will need to work through this, to fully understand the implications for Portsmouth, and we will keep local people and partners fully informed as this process develops, and ensure there are opportunities for everyone to raise suggestions and concerns.

Our aim will be to manage any changes pragmatically, and to maintain our primary focus of improving health and care for local residents. Our 'Blueprint' and plans for Health and Care Portsmouth will be central to our local delivery of the NHS long term plan and we must continue in their development and implementation.


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