NHS Providers response to NHS accountability framework 2019 to 2020

22 May 2019

 

In response, the head of policy at NHS Providers, Amber Jabbal said: 

“The accountability framework for NHS England and NHS Improvement provides an important backdrop as the NHS begins to implement the long term plan.

“We welcome the fact that the government has set shared delivery objectives for NHS England and NHS Improvement given their new joint responsibility for setting and delivering NHS priorities.

The delivery of the long term plan will also depend on an implementation framework that prioritises what the NHS frontline will deliver, and the expected people plan setting out how those priorities match the money and staff available.

Amber Jabbal    Head of Policy

“The delivery of the long term plan will also depend on an implementation framework that prioritises what the NHS frontline will deliver, and the expected people plan setting out how those priorities match the money and staff available.  It is vital that the NHS frontline continues to be fully involved and engaged as NHS England and NHS Improvement develop their joint operating model and begin to implement the long term plan, and we look forward to working with them to support this process.

“Government will also continue to play a central role in ensuring the NHS is well equipped to deliver the aspirations in the long term plan.  This includes ensuring we see sufficient funding for adult social care, capital, public health, and education and training, on which much of the plan is dependent.”

 

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