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NHS England

General practice forward view

This document sets out a plan, backed by a multi-billion pound investment, to stabilise and transform general practice. It has been developed with Health Education England and in discussion with the Royal College of GPs and other GP representatives. It commits to an extra £2.4 billion a year to support general practice services by 2020/21. This investment will be supplemented by a one off five-year £500 million national sustainability and transformation package to support GP practices, and includes additional funds from local CCGs. The plan also contains specific, practical and funded steps to grow and develop workforce, drive efficiencies in workload and relieve demand, modernise infrastructure and technology, and support local practices to redesign the way modern primary care is offered to patients.

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House of Commons Health Committee

Primary care

This report analyses the challenges facing primary care and examines the long-term solutions which can improve access to services and patient care. It warns that primary care is under unprecedented strain and struggling to keep pace with relentlessly rising demand.

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The Health Foundation

Catalyst or distraction? The evolution of devolution in the English NHS

This report considers the potential implications of devolution on health and care outcomes in England and how policy could best evolve. It draws on analysis of the devolution deals agreed to date, relevant literature, and international experience with a focus on four European decentralised health systems.

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National Audit Office

Mental health services: preparations for improving access

This report finds that the Department of Health and NHS England are making progress, particularly in setting priorities and national leadership, but significant risks to implementing the access and waiting times programme remain. The strongest areas are the clear objectives and strong leadership, and a governance framework is being developed. The greatest challenges for the future are collecting data to show whether the standards are being met, building the mental health workforce and reinforcing incentives for providers. It finds that full information does not exist to measure how far the NHS is from meeting the access and waiting time standards, but it is clear that meeting the standards will be a challenge.

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