The Public Health England (PHE) Strategic Plan sets out how the organisation intends to protect and improve the public’s health and reduce inequalities over the next 4 years. It also outlines actions PHE will take over the next year to achieve these aims and deliver its core functions. It builds on the Department of Health’s Shared Delivery Plan, the NHS 5 Year Forward View, and From Evidence into Action. It confirms the role that PHE will continue to play in the health and care system, building on evidence, prioritising prevention and supporting local government and the NHS
Focus on: public health and prevention - has the quality of services changed over recent years?
This report combines quantitative data from 20 indicators across five key areas of public health with a survey and in-depth interviews with senior public health professionals. It aims to provide a glimpse into the current state of public health services and explores the potential impact on key health outcomes.
This report argues that whilst devolution deals offer opportunities to stimulate economic growth and reform public services for local users, the arrangements are untested and government could do more to provide confidence that these deals will achieve the benefits intended. It also highlights significant accountability implications arising from the deals which central government and local areas will need to develop and clarify. These include the details of how and when powers will be transferred to mayors and how they will be balanced against national parliamentary accountability.
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