Our tool to help you plan for and implement NICE guidance. Use it to:
Published Wednesday 4 March 2020.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are currently prioritising therapeutically critical topics and those which relate to diagnosing and treating COVID-19. For this reason, we are unable to say when the next resource planner will be published. Please check this page for updates.
How the planner can help you
View upcoming guidance
Planned guidance for current and future financial years
The resource planner lists all guidance that is due to publish over the next 2 financial years. Filter by type, potential resource impact and by providers or commissioners to find guidance relevant to you.
Guidance development information
The planner links to the latest guidance development documents for detailed information on topics being developed.
Get indicative costs or savings for upcoming guidance
Resource impact estimates
We estimate the potential costs or savings associated with implementing upcoming guidance and highlight any areas of resource impact.
Technology appraisal funding
The NHS is legally obliged to fund and resource medicines and treatments recommended by our technology appraisal guidance. Stay up to date with potential costs and savings that result from our appraisals.
Understand the resource impact of published guidance
5 year cost profiles
Where possible we estimate the potential costs and savings of guidance over five years.
This allows for
Tools to help you implement guidance
The planner links to our resource impact reports and templates which allow you to accurately assess the local resource impact of guidance.
Resource impact categories
Colour coded categories show cost saving, cost neutral, low cost, medium cost, and
Potential costs and savings are assessed into the following categories based on the best information known at the time:
anticipated net cost is less than £0
anticipated net cost is less than £1 million
anticipated net cost is between £1 million and £15 million
anticipated net cost is greater than £15 million