The NHS Long Term Plan was published in January 2019 and set out the national expectations for the NHS over the next five to ten years. The plan outlined a significant number of expectations and systems across the country were asked to articulate by November 2019 how they were going to respond.

Within Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, our partner organisations worked together to produce a ‘Strategic Delivery Plan’. This document describes how we will deliver the commitments in the national Long Term Plan whilst addressing our local priorities for the people of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

The plan includes commitments to change how our health and care organisations work together, transform patient pathways, address our financial deficit and workforce gap and deliver the significant number of initiatives included within the Long Term Plan.


Our ambition

Our plan contains five key goals against which we will monitor our progress, we will:

  • empower people to lead healthy lives;
  • deliver the future in our plans by implementing a 21st century approach to care;
  • use our resource for the benefit of local people;
  • deliver a quality of care for local people of which we can be proud;
  • create a health and care system for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight within which people want to work.


The 'Strategic Delivery Plan' for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight

The detailed plan will be published here once finalised and approved by the statutory organisations that make up our Partnership. It will set out our approach over the next 5-10 years to help deliver a fit for purpose, and fit for the future, health and care system for Hampshire and Isle of Wight residents.

It will show our intent to work fundamentally differently – as a system, not just a group of organisations – and how doing so will allow us to more effectively address specific local challenges and deliver the care that local people expect.

Having submitted a relatively final draft to NHS England, our chapters focus on the following areas:

  1. Our population and their needs​​​​​​
  2. Where we are as a system in 2019
  3. Supporting you to stay well
  4. Capture2.JPGA new integrated care model
  5. Urgent and emergency care
  6. Networked care
  7. Cancer services
  8. Outpatients transformation
  9. Quality improvement
  10. Capacity management
  11. Workforce
  12. Digital and data services
  13. Investing in the future
  14. A new way of collective working
  15. Next steps of delivery