Arguably the most important NHS policy document since the publication of the Five year forward view, the NHS long-term plan sets out the direction of travel for the NHS in England for the next ten years, including changes to commissioning and buying of services.
Our new digital course focuses on four areas of the plan, providing you with essential market knowledge to help you adapt your plans and tweak value propositions accordingly ultimately supporting you to meet your commercial objectives.
These policy changes are aimed at controlling costs and boosting efficiency in patient care and the way patients are managed, and ultimately to create a new system of integrated community-based health care.
Specific changes include:
The NHS LTP aims to bring important changes to secondary care directly but also by moving areas of care into the community closer to patients’ homes and by reducing demand.
The main aims of changes for secondary care are intended to:
The NHS is to use an extra £20.5bn by 2024 to tackle three areas: current financial pressures, keeping up with demand growth and funding new priorities. There are five tests the government has set the NHS.
This module looks at areas and health conditions cited in the NHS long-term plan where health services will be trying to use preventive measures through active population health management to save money and increase efficiency.
On completing the course, you’ll be able to
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