Simon Stevens, chief executive of NHS England, is to give oral evidence to the House of Commons Health Committee from 9.30 am today, Tuesday 21 July.
The Committee is expected to question Mr Stevens on a variety of matters affecting the NHS, including the financial performance of the NHS, prevention and public health, the NHS workforce and staffing, urgent and emergency care, mental health services, and the post-Francis Review progress on changing culture in the NHS.
Ahead of the session, the Committee has received a statement from NHS England on progress with the NHS Five Year Forward View, published last October.
Tomorrow’s oral evidence session will be open to the public and will take place in the Thatcher Room, Portcullis House. The session will also be broadcast live on www.parliamentlive.tv/Commons and on BBC Parliamenthttp://www.parliamentlive.tv/Commons