What the Priorities for the NHS in 2018/19 and beyond didn’t say

“The Budget on 22 November 2017 contained some obvious good news for the NHS: it provided more money, if not as much as we hoped. With more money comes the inevitable re-set of NHS plans and the new planning guidance came out on 2 February.
This is desperately late in the day given the new financial year starts on 1 April but was inevitable given the financial settlement for the NHS changed so significantly at the last minute,” writes Richard Murray, Director of Policy at the King’s Fund.

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You can read Murray’s full piece about what the guidance didn’t say, and also provides a commentary on some of the key changes around money, performance and reform

is available on the King’s Fund blog .

View an earlier post on this blog that related to the Budget Commissioner Sustainability Fund and financial control totals for 2018/19: guidance

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