NHS shared planning guidance 2016/17 – 2020/21: Key points for members

22 / 12 / 2015

The NHS shared planning guidance 2016/17 – 2020/21 sets out the steps to deliver a sustainable, transformed health service. It includes the key priorities for the system, plus the business rules and incentives that will support delivery.

Our briefing summarises the points of most relevance to NHS Confederation members

This publication is for members only – please log in to access the briefing. If you experience any difficulties, please email websupport@nhsconfed.org

Mental Health Network members can also access a summary of the key issues and missed opportunities for mental health.

Helping you to plan

Members should also visit our 'Planning for transformation' web section, which brings together information and resources from different bodies to help with the planning process.

Our 'transformation timeline' will help you keep track of key dates and milestones.

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