Source: NHS 24.12.21
B1160 - 2022-23 priorities and operational planning guidance_24 December 2021.pdf
Briefing ICS Timetable_.pdf
In 2022/23 the NHS will continue to rise to the challenges of restoring services, meeting the new care demands and reducing the care backlogs that are a direct consequence of
the pandemic. While the future pattern of COVID-19 transmission and the resulting demands on the NHS remain uncertain, we know we need to continue to increase our
capacity and resilience to deliver safe, high quality services that meet the full range of
people’s health and care needs.
• accelerate plans to grow the substantive workforce and work differently as we keep our focus on the health, wellbeing and safety of our staff.
• use what we have learnt through the pandemic to rapidly and consistently adopt new models of care that exploit the full potential of digital technologies.
• work in partnership as systems to make the most effective use of the resources available to us across acute, community, primary and social care settings, to get above pre-pandemic levels of productivity as the context allows.
• use the additional funding government has made available to us to increase our capacity and invest in our buildings and equipment to support staff to deliver safe, effective and efficient care.