Our resources support members through the unprecedented financial, structural and reputational challenges they currently face. As part of our work to make sense of and influence the health policy environment, we produce regular reports and briefings for members, as well as wider health organisations and stakeholders.
Our Next day briefing summarises the COVID-19 mental health and wellbeing recovery action plan and outlines the NHS Providers view.
A briefing setting out considerations for NHS foundation trusts and trusts during the pre-election period leading up to the local elections taking place in May 2021
In this episode we speak to Hugh Pym, BBC, Kat Lay, The Times, and Denis Campbell, The Guardian, on what it was like to report the latest news on the pandemic.
The second episode of our Digital Boards season on The Provider Podcast, focusing on lessons learnt from clinical leadership and how the role of clinician is fundamental for digital progress.
Our first episode of our Digital Boards season for The Provider podcast, we speak to three NEDs on the lessons learnt from digital transformation outside the NHS.
Chris Hopson and Saffron Cordery chair a parliamentarian webinar looking at the Health and Care Bill.
In this episode we speak to Jeremy Hunt on his perspective of the pandemic, his concerns around workforce and social care, and the government's legislative plans for the health service.
Our response to the Reforming the Mental Health Act White Paper.
We've written to the chair of the health and social care select committee on five areas that we think are important for the committee to address in its inquiry report.
In this episode we speak to Professor Stephen Powis, Patricia Miller, Sam Allen and Chris Hopson regarding what life after the pandemic is set to look like.
We analyse the latest monthly figures from NHS England and share a case study from Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust's perinatal community mental health team.
Our new briefing shines a light on the value of trusts in rural areas offer to patients, staff, and their local communities.
In this piece we hear how experts by experience play an integral part in Learning Disabilities Service developments.
In this review we reflect on the topics and good practice we explored at these events and provide feedback from governors.
This glossary explains more about the acronyms and terminology that are now commonly used to describe how the NHS structure is evolving.