Understanding the Five Year Forward View

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The Five Year Forward View provides a compass for developing and providing sustainable and personal health and care services over the next five years, and beyond.

Published by the NHS' national leadership in October 2014, the five-year strategy makes a powerful case for change – much of which chimes with the The 2015 Challenge Manifesto.

The Five Year Forward View a visual guide

The five-year vision explained

Get to grips with the main themes in the Five Year Forward View and what's been done so far to achieve the vision.

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Forward View and the 2015 Challenge

See how the Forward View correlates with the 2015 Challenge.

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