The NHS five year forward view

The NHS five year forward view, published in October 2014 by NHS England, set out a positive vision for the future based around seven new models of care. Here we highlight our research, analysis, events and other content relevant to the main themes in the report.

Publications

Policy changes to implement the NHS five year forward view: a progress report

Two years on from the Forward View, we assess how much progress has been made and what still needs to be done.

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Implementing the NHS five year forward view

Our report calls for fundamental changes to how health services are commissioned, paid for and regulated to deliver the vision of the NHS five year forward view.

New care models

This report looks at the different approaches being taken by MCP and PACS vanguards to contracting, governance and other organisational infrastructure.

Related blogs

Two years on from the Forward View, is there hope for sustainability and transformation in the NHS?

Tom Buckley considers the key policy changes since the publication of the NHS five year forward view.

Reuniting care

Ben Collins considers the options for local health care providers looking to collaborate in integrated local systems.

STP leaders face major challenges in transforming care and balancing budgets

Chris Ham discusses how sustainability and transformation plans are shaping up and the challenges they face.

Put GPs at the centre of the NHS commissioning roadmap

Ruth Robertson outlines the importance of involving GPs in commissioning and planning in the NHS.