The NHS Long Term Plan Defining priorities for the NHS in England over the next decade
In 2018, the government announced £20.5bn of additional funding for the NHS in England by 2023/24. Launched in January 2019, the NHS Long Term Plan set out priorities for how this money would be spent over the next ten years to improve and reform the NHS.
In the media
- NHS long term plan: Rightly ambitious, but can the NHS deliver?
An editorial by Hugh Alderwick and Jennifer Dixon in the BMJ
- NHS long-term plan: this is very far from “job done”
A joint comment piece by Anita Charlesworth and Hugh Alderwick in Prospect
- The NHS long term plan: the road from plan to improvements for patients
An opinion piece by Will Warburton in the BMJ
- Planning for multimorbidity—did the NHS long term plan go far enough?
A joint opinion piece by Sarah Deeny and Rebecca Fisher in the BMJ
- The NHS as an anchor – taking forward the long term plan
A joint comment piece by Sarah Reed and Dr Dominique Allwood in the HSJ
- Keeping us healthy is not just a job for the NHS
An article by Jo Bibby in the Local Government Chronicle