Breadcrumb Home Publications Health policy priorities for Parliament This content relates to the following topics: System leadership Governance and regulation Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Contributed to by key health sector figures and commentators, this publication provides information on key health policy agenda priorities and how they can be addressed and advanced in the coming years. Related contentPress centre and parliamentary activities: Our independence and expertise makes us well-placed to offer objective comment and analysis Information about The King's Fund's press and public affairs work. You may also be interested in Blog CQC, the state of care and system-level regulation CQC must ensure it creates a mix of regulatory tools that work together to efficiently assure people’s overall experience of care, rather than simply adding a layer of regulation to a health and care system that is already one of the most heavily regulated in the world. Blog A system response to provider failure: does Greater Manchester point to a different future? Should we start to look at provider failure as a system issue rather than an organisational one? Chris Ham looks at the lessons the NHS can learn from Greater Manchester. Long read Policy changes to implement the NHS five year forward view: a progress report Two years on from the publication of the NHS five year forward view, we assess how much progress has been made and what still needs to be done to align policies with the plan. Completed project Dalton review Sir David Dalton's review on new options for providers of NHS care considered issues such as single leadership teams for networks of hospitals and services.