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21 Feb 2020

We need a broad public debate on any new A&E targets

Miriam Deakin responds to Healthwatch England's report on the NHS clinical review of standards.

News
20 Feb 2020

Patient safety standards at risk while majority of mental health trusts do not have access to the funding they need to address urgent repairs and upgrade services

We call for capital investment in the mental health estate, highlighting that two thirds of trusts will not receive the funding they need this year to invest in urgent repairs.

News
19 Feb 2020

New immigration system will be difficult pill to swallow for social care

Saffron Cordery responds to the new UK points-based immigration system announced by the government.

News
19 Feb 2020

Staff are dedicated to delivering high-quality care in increasingly pressurised environments

Saffron Cordery responds to the results of a YouGov survey commissioned by the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman on mental health services.

News
18 Feb 2020

We must build on progress to ensure that staff feel valued, safe and supported

Saffron Cordery responds to the 2019 NHS staff survey.

News
14 Feb 2020

Diversity figures paint mixed picture as efforts to stamp out discrimination and bullying continue

Saffron Cordery responds to the latest WRES data.

News
13 Feb 2020

Social care must be a top priority for secretary of state

Matt Hancock remains secretary of state for health and social care following a Cabinet reshuffle carried out by prime minister Boris Johnson.

Blog
13 Feb 2020

Time for community services to be given resources to care for most vulnerable people

Andrew Ridley, chair of the Community Network, discusses the squeeze on public health services and why we need a sustainable solution.

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News
13 Feb 2020

Patient experience of NHS care suffering from growing waiting times

Miriam Deakin responds to the latest monthly combined performance data and cancelled elective surgery figures from NHS England and NHS Improvement.

Blog
12 Feb 2020

The future of the company secretary role

Peter Howie considers the position of the company secretary in NHS trusts and foundation trusts.

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Blog
11 Feb 2020

How hospitals are getting involved to improve population health

Dr Marc Farr discusses why Population Health Management is an important tool for acute trusts to help drive more anticipatory care.

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News
05 Feb 2020

We must have an efficient system for accessing and spending capital

Saffron Cordery comments on the NAO's review of capital expenditure in the NHS, and on the NAO's report into NHS financial management and sustainability

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