NHS 10-year plan launched in bid to save 500000 lives

NHS England said it would make greater use of community pharmacists’ skills

NHS 10-year plan launched in bid to save 500000 lives

As part of a plan to "boost "out-of-hospital" care", NHS England will fund "expanded community multidisciplinary teams", including pharmacists, Global Positioning System and "allied health professionals", it said. Theresa May stated that this is meant to reshape "the NHS around the changing needs of patients".Theresa May stated that this is meant to reshape "the NHS around the changing needs of patients".

About two million more people who suffer anxiety, depression or other problems can expect to receive help over the next decade. Hospitals take up the rest.

We will improve how the NHS cares for children and young people with learning disabilities and autism by reducing inappropriate hospitalisation, reducing over medicalisation, and providing quality care in the community.

Importantly it will also ensure good mental health is seen as vital as good physical health.

She said: We're slipping against the targets, despite the fact we are actually doing more [treatments], the demand is outstripping that.

As a result of these changes, NHS England believes that the new vision could save 500,000 lives through preventative measures.

Significantly it proposes the launch of NHS specialist clinical services across the country.

Bringing the NHS into the digital age with online GP booking, prescription management, and health records.

Stevens and fellow service leaders who wrote the document want CCGs, either acting alone or in groups such as in an ICS, to be able in future to apply a new "best value" test that would be designed "to secure the best outcomes for patients and the taxpayer".

Murray noted that the plan also fails to answer questions on workforce shortages facing the NHS and detail on hospital waiting time targets.

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The self proclaimed "ambitious improvements" include plans such as making better use of data and digital technology, by providing more convenient access to services and health information for patients, with the new NHS App as a digital "front door". This will require additional resources for training, funding for which has not been mentioned in the long-term plan. The agency is also implementing new digital techniques that will help efficient spending of the fund. Challenges Ahead An analysis by The King's Fund, an independent charity, noted that while funding has increased, the NHS needs to deal with hard decisions on how healthcare is delivered.

"The NHS is already short of 100,000 doctors, nurses and other staff".

He added: 'The BMA supports increased investment in general practice and community care.

The 10-year plan follows thousands of conversations with clinicians, patients and the public to ensure we focus on the priorities that matter to all of us.

The organisation warned that health and social care services relied heavily on staff from the European Economic Area (EEA), and estimated more than 5 per cent of the regulated nursing profession, 5 per cent of allied health professionals, 9 per cent of doctors and 16 per cent of dentists came from inside the EEA.

"Narrowing inequalities can not occur without adequate provision of social care which is not covered in the long-term plan".

The unspecified technologies will be introduced as part of Prime Minister Theresa May's NHS Long Term Plan.

"Ultimately, there is a need for honesty about how far the £20.5 billion over five years will stretch". World class care requires world class funding and the investment in the long-term plan will still leave the United Kingdom falling behind comparative nations like France and Germany.

Speaking alongside NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens at Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool, where 13 per cent of the hospital's doctors are from the European Union, the Prime Minister said the additional funding would "provide both the certainty and the long-term direction needed to transform patient care and secure the future of our NHS".

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