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As NHS England publish their monthly figures, we’ll be analysing NHS activity, alongside sharing case studies from NHS trusts on their elective care.
Each day the government publishes data on confirmed cases, COVID-19 hospital activity, deaths and vaccinations. See our full analysis.
In this episode, Adam Brimelow invites Dave West, HSJ deputy editor, and Chris Hopson, NHS Providers chief executive, to reflect on key speeches from NHS Providers annual conference 2021.
This Digital Boards guide is the fourth in its series, focusing on how boards can make the right technology decisions.
NHS Providers' director of policy and strategy Miriam Deakin chairs this webinar in preparation for the COVID-19 inquiry with speakers Georgia Ford, Gerard Hanratty and Liz Hackett.
Chris Hopson comments on the NHS' current workforce problems and calls for the government to publicly recognise the scale of the issue.
Toby Lewis explores the need to work hyper-local at neighbourhood level to tackle inequalities in the year ahead.
Chris Hopson responds to reports that the government plans to trigger Plan B today to control rising cases of the Omicron variant.
Saffron Cordery comments on the new law to prevent inappropriate use of force in mental health settings.
Michael Rourke, partner at Hempsons, discusses the NHS' challenges and how changes to the Health and Care Bill and the organisation of commissioning bodies can provide the solutions.
Karen Jackson, describes how NHS services, the local authority and adult social care providers have come together to redesign how they care for people discharged from hospital.