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. The NHS Long Term Plan launched in January 2019 sets out priorities for how this money will be spent over the next ten years.
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