Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Quiz: who said what about health and social care? This content relates to the following topics: General election 2015 Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page You may also be interested in Article Government's first 100 days: Treasury's fingerprints are all over health policy The Treasury’s influence on government health policy is not surprising in view of the emphasis on deficit reduction and spending controls. So far the health policy can be divided into three major themes, each has their own tensions requiring resolution, writes Chris Ham Completed project Health and social care: the first 100 days of the new government After 100 days in office, the new government's plans for health and social care are beginning to take shape. Here we explore the measures that have been announced so far. Regulation, targets and transparency: The first 100 days of the new government The reliance on regulation to drive performance is set to continue, albeit with some subtle but important changes. The NHS five year forward view: The first 100 days of the new government The government has signalled strong support for the NHS five year forward view – the vision for the NHS published in October 2014 by NHS England – with the Prime Minister and Secretary of State endorsing it as the ‘NHS’s plan’ for improving services.