NHS Long Term Plan Implementation Framework: ‘Must Do’s for Systems

An interactive summary to support strategic planning
NHS Long Term Plan Implementation Framework: ‘Must Do’s for Systems
Jul 19th 2019

The NHS Long Term Plan (LTP) states that the whole of England will be covered by Integrated Care Systems by 2021.[1] In helping to deliver this aspiration, the NHS has published the LTP Implementation Framework. This sets set out the approach STPs and ICSs are expected to take to produce five-year strategic plans, with draft submissions due by the end of September 2019 and final agreed plans published by November 2019.

2020 Delivery have created an interactive summary of all of the ‘Must Do’s contained within the LTP Implementation Framework. These ‘Must Do’s include goals systems must deliver to become mature ICSs, quality and outcomes targets, and the required content of STPs’ and ICSs’ five-year strategic plans.

To view the interactive LTP Implementation Framework in full-screen, click on the icon in the bottom right-hand corner below:

How can 2020 Delivery help?

Building on over a decade of experience, 2020 Delivery have deep expertise in supporting health and care systems to design, develop and deliver strategic plans. We have a range of services which can help STPs and ICSs respond to the requirements laid out in the LTP Implementation Framework, whether they are early in their journey or much more mature.

If you’re a leader tackling the challenge of health and care integration, please get in touch to discuss where you are on this journey and how 2020 Delivery’s experience could help you.

  • David Legg (davidlegg@2020delivery.com): David works with health systems to formulate strategies to transform outcomes and performance, facilitate agreement between partners and plan for successful delivery. He brings over a decade of experience in healthcare, supporting both commissioners and providers to transform physical and mental health services
  • Russell Cake (russellcake@2020delivery.com): Russell co-founded 2020 Delivery in 2006 and leads our Strategy practice. He combines client service to government departments and healthcare organisations with research into healthcare system performance. Russell brings 20 years of experience to his work helping healthcare leaders to develop evidence-based responses to the strategic challenges facing the health service. He has supported several major system reconfigurations, advising on financial and activity strategy, capital investment, stakeholder engagement, and delivery planning
  • Antonio Weiss (antonioweiss@2020delivery.com): Antonio leads our Digital service transformation practice, advising senior clients on user-centred design, innovation thinking, and utilising technology to redesign public services to meet citizens’ needs. He is a globally recognised and published thought-leader on business strategy and management
  • Jonathan Chappell (jonathanchappell@2020delivery.com): Jonathan is a Director at 2020 Delivery, leading on strategy work across healthcare, higher education and digital services. He is sought out by senior leaders to assist in the most challenging political and partnership developments, to develop robust and saleable business cases, and to bring people together in their implementation. He has extensive experience from all perspectives in the health and care system, including in Academic Health Science Centres (AHSCs) and developing new models that truly integrate mind and body care. He has also worked in higher education and central government.

[1] https://www.hsj.co.uk/policy-and-regulation/all-of-england-to-become-ics-by-2021/7024122.article