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Health and Social Care Secretary questioned on NHS Long Term Plan

15 January 2019

After hearing from thinktanks and stakeholders on the implications and practicality of the Long Term Plan on 15 January the Health and Social Care Committee questioned the Secretary of State and Chief Executives on the Plan.

Witnesses

Monday 28 January, Grimond Room

At 4pm

  • Rt Hon Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care
  • Prof Ian Cumming, Chief Executive, Health Education England
  • Ian Dalton, Chief Executive, NHS Improvement
  • Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England

Purpose of the Session

The Committee questioned the Secretary of State and Chief Executives on the Plan as the NHS's response to the Government's announcement last year of a five-year funding settlement for the health service. Committee members are expected to ask about the aims, intentions and deliverability of the Plan, and about what it means for patients and for the NHS workforce.

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