Chief executive Chris Hopson responds to the prime minister's comments on additional NHS funding on the Andrew Marr ShowRead the full statement
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We respond to the prime minister's comments on additional NHS funding on the Andrew Marr Show
Phillippa Hentsch responds to the figures on old medical equipment, revealed by the Labour Party's freedom of information figures.
We summarise the Health and Social Care Select Committee's report of its inquiry into 'the development of new integrated ways of planning and delivering local health and care services.
A Public Accounts Committee report finds that 1.5 million emergency admissions could be avoidable if health and care services worked together more efficiently.
Matthew Winn cautions against repeating past mistakes by focusing solely on organisational forms rather than how health and social care professionals work together.
David Williams reflects on the findings from NHS Improvement's 2017/18 year end financial and performance results for the provider sector.
We respond to NHS Improvement's year-end financial and performance figures for the NHS provider sector, which a deficit of £960m.
Head of policy Amber Jabbal responds to the first investigation report and set of safety recommendations by the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch.
Chris Hopson responds to the prime minister's speech setting out the government's proposal for a long-term NHS funding settlement.
Saffron Cordery responds to the final report of the Lord Darzi review of health and care
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