- A minimum £8bn over the parliament - a figure the Nuffield Trust says would bring total spending in 2022/23 to £131.7bn.
- Health spending would fall as a share of GDP to 7.0% compared with 7.3% today and 6.9% on current spending plans.
- £10bn capital funding to back the proposals in the Naylor report on NHS infrastructure, including upgrading primary care facilities.
- Recover the cost of medical treatment from people not resident in the UK.
- Increase the immigration health surcharge for migrant workers and international students.
- Seven-day access for every patient in England by 2019.
- Support GPs to deliver innovative services including phone and online consultations and the use of technology to triage.
- Appropriate funding for GPs to meet rising costs of indemnity in the short term and work with the profession to introduce a sustainable long-term solution.
- Named GPs accountable for individual patients.
- Support the new voluntary GP contract for integrated services.
- Meet the target to recruit an additional 5,000 FTE GPs by 2020 compared with 2014.
- A stronger role for community pharmacies.
- Reform NHS dentistry contracts to pay for better outcomes.
- Make securing the rights of EU NHS staff a priority in Brexit negotiations.
- 10,000 more mental health professionals.
- Support an extra 1,500 medical students a year.
- Develop new roles and diverse career paths.
- Reform medical education and help universities work closer with local health systems.
- Strengthen flexible working entitlements for careers.
- More occupational health services.
- Reduce bullying.
- Action against those who attack NHS staff.
Structure, governance and regulation:
- Legislate to reform and rationalise health professional regulation including regulation of those performing cosmetic interventions.
- Extend CQC to cover health-related services commissioned by local authorities.
- Set up an independent healthcare safety investigations body in the NHS.
- Continue to back the Five Year Forward View and its delivery through STPs.
- Consider legislative changes if necessary to assist accountability for improving care.
- Review the internal market in time for 2018/19 and make non-legislative changes to remove barriers to integration.
- Retain the 95% A&E target and the 18-week elective care standard,
- Make clinical outcomes more transparent.
- Give patients more control including updating aspects of care records and controlling personal data.
- Pilot live waiting times data of A&E and urgent care.
- Expand personal budgets.
- Reduce obesity and support the National Diabetes Prevention Programme.
- Consultant supervision every day of the week in hospitals and weekend access to the key diagnostics.
- Reduce infant and maternal deaths.
- Definitive cancer diagnoses within 28 days.
- Give all trainees a chance to work in mental health.
- Improve co-ordination of mental health and other local services.
- Improve care standards for those with autism and learning disabilities.
- Implement in full the Transforming Care Programme.
- Improve end-of-life care.
- Introduce entitlement to child bereavement leave.
- Implement recommendations of the Accelerated Access Review to ensure patients get new treatments faster.
- Introduce a cost floor for all residential and home care of £100,000 on all assets and savings with freedom to defer payment.
- A green paper will propose measures to improve social care and consider a cap on care costs.
- £30bn revenue funding over five years, increasing the NHS in England’s funding by £12bn by 2022/23 compared with today.
- The Nuffield Trust has said Labour’s plans would leave NHS funding at 7.2% of projected GDP by the end of the parliament, compared with 7.3% today and 6.9% on current spending plans.
- £10bn capital funding for premises and IT.
- £500m winter pressures fund.
- An new office for budget responsibility for health to oversee and scrutinise health spending.
- Funded by an increase in income tax for the top 5% of earners and tax on private medical insurance.
- Increase funding for general practice.
- Support new models of community care incorporating primary, social care and mental health.
- Halt pharmacy cuts and review provision to ensure all patients have access to pharmacy services.
- Long-term workforce plan for the next 10 to 20 years.
- Scrap the 1% pay-cap for NHS staff, return decisions back to pay review bodies to 'give our NHS workers the pay they deserve', and apply the same principle to GP pay.
- Legislate to ensure safe staffing levels.
- Guarantee the rights of EU health and care staff after Brexit.
- Restore bursaries and funding for health-related degrees.
- New investment in training, education and development for doctors.
- Support for NHS whistleblowers.
- Make it an aggravated criminal offence to attack NHS staff.
- Board-level representation for staff, health professionals and patients at every organisation providing NHS care services.
Structure, governance and regulation:
- Reverse the privatisation of the NHS, return service to public control.
- Repeal the health and social care act 2012.
- Make NHS preferred provider of services.
- Reinstate powers of health secretary with overall responsibility for NHS.
- New legal duty for health secretary to ensure excess profits are not made out of the NHS.
- New quality, safety and excellence regulator called NHS Excellence.
- Halt and review STPs and ask local people to help re-draw plans with a focus on patient need rather than available finances.
- Guarantee access to treatment, waiting times and A&E targets.
- End mixed-sex wards.
- Deliver cancer strategy for England in full by 2020.
- Properly fund ambulance services.
- New model of integrated out-of-hospital care.
- Tackle rationing and postcode lotteries.
- Insist on value for money from pharma companies.
- Ensure autistic people can access their community.
- Care plans for everyone with long-term conditions.
- Personalised end-of-life care.
- Complete the trial programme to provide pre-exposure prophylaxis and roll out the treatment to high-risk groups.
- Free car parking at NHS facilities.
- £250m children’s health fund.
- Introduce an index of child health.
- Increase health visitor and school nurse numbers.
- Childhood obesity strategy including advertising and food labelling proposals.
- Implement the Soft Drinks Industry Levy.
- Strategy for children of alcoholics.
- Tobacco control plan focused on mental health and young smokers.
- Work to tackle loneliness.
- Public enquiry into contaminated blood.
- Public inquiry into medicines, including Valproate, medical devices and medical
- products licensing and regulation.
- Reduce the rates of undiagnosed and late diagnosed HIV.
- Lay the foundations of a national care service.
- Increase funding by £8bn over the parliament, including an additional £1bn for the first year.
- £6bn extra revenue funding for the NHS and social care across the UK. The Nuffield Trust calculated this would mean an extra £9bn for the NHS in England by 2022/23 compared to this year, bringing funding up to £132.2bn.
- The plan would see NHS funding as a share of GDP fall to 7.1%, compared with 7.3% today and 6.9% on current spending plans.
- Funded through an extra 1p on income tax.
- Extra funds directed to primary care, mental health, social care and public health.
- Commission a dedicated health and care tax.
- Statutory independent budget monitoring agency for health and care.
- Extra funding for primary care.
- Produce a national workforce strategy.
- Expand evening and weekend access to GP.
- Encourage GP federation.
- National support to GPs to prevent closures.
- Support practice collaboration to provide services.
- Promote GP-led multidisciplinary health and care hubs.
- Patient premium to encourage clinicians to work in poor areas.
- Ensure pharmacy funding changes do not leave areas without access.
- Ensure prescription charge exemptions are fair for people with long-term conditions.
- Guarantee the rights of EU staff.
- End NHS pay freeze.
- Reinstate nurse bursaries. Empower staff to learn from innovative social enterprises about delivering community and mental health services.
- Protect whistleblowers.
Structure, governance and regulation:
- Long-term aim to integrate health and social care with pooled, place-based budgets by 2020.
- Move funding away from activity, introduce tariffs to encourage integration and outcomes.
- Access and waiting time standards for children and young people in mental health services.
- Increase access to talking therapies.
- Consider a dedicated youth mental health service.
- Improve mental health services for pregnant women and new mothers.
- Better mental health crisis care in A&E.
- End out-of-area placements in mental health.
- Better mental health training for public service professionals.
- National diversion programme to identify people with mental health conditions and learning disabilities when they come into contact with criminal justice.
- Tackle stigma around mental health.
- Give NHS legal duty to identify carers.
- National wellbeing strategy.
- Implement O’Neill recommendations on antimicrobial resistance.
- Make pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention available on the
- Support effective public awareness campaigns.
- Keep public health within local government and reinstate cut funding.
- Tackle childhood obesity, restricting TV advertising before 9pm for junk food and close sugar tax loopholes.
- Encourage traffic light labelling for food.
- Mandatory targets for sugar reduction in food.
- Tobacco levy.
- Regulate cosmetic surgery.
- Minimum unit price for alcohol.
- Self-care for wellbeing campaign.
- Reward employers who improve employee health.
- Settlement for haemophiliacs who were given contaminated blood, and for their families.