NHS England has set out a "call to action" to staff, the public and politicians to help it meet future demand after finding that the NHS faces a funding black hole of £30 billion.
The health bosses called for an "open and honest debate" on the future shape of NHS in a bid to tackle the rising demand for services, introduce new technology and meet patients' expectations.
A document released by NHS England warns that improving the current system "will not be enough".
It states, "Without bold and transformative change to how services are delivered, a high quality yet free at the point of use health service will not be available to future generations".
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