Our one-of-a-kind conference is back, exploring good governance and boards role in times of challenge and change.
As NHS England publish their monthly combined performance statistics every second Thursday of the month, we highlight the health service's key activity and performance, alongside case studies from NHS trusts showcasing how they are addressing the care backlog.
Our flagship annual conference and exhibition is a unique event with unrivalled health content, giving you the insights you need to perform your role more effectively.
The latest report in the series – Providers Deliver: patient flow – highlights practical steps and innovations to improve patient flow and help people get the care they need, in the right place at the right time.
Our new report explains the current state of funding in the NHS and why major capital investment is needed to bring long neglected parts of the NHS estate into the 21st century.
In this episode hear more about some of the case studies spotlighted in our latest Providers Deliver report on patient flow as well as an explanation on what patient flow really means by NHS Providers policy advisor Jonathon Holmes.
Miriam Deakin comments on a new survey briefing by the Community Network, hosted by NHS Providers and NHS Confederation, on long waits for children and young people's services.
A new survey by the Community Network highlights concerns about long waits for children and young people's services.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to the government's go-ahead for more schemes in the New Hospital Programme.
This is NHS Providers response to the NHS Assembly ‘NHS@75: an invitation to have your say’.
Saffron Cordery responds to a Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch report about keeping children and young people with mental health needs safe.
Miriam Deakin responds to an announcement that patients will be given more choice over where they receive their NHS care.