We continue to focus on influencing the financial, policy, quality and regulatory system in which our members operate by providing submissions to consultations addressing key issues for providers and the wider system.
Our written submission to the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee inquiry into Covid-19: Data transparency and accountability.
NHS Providers has urged the chancellor to make good on his personal commitment that the health service will have what it needs to deal with the costs of COVID as he finalises his spending review.
Our response to the NHS Engand and Improvement consultation on Patient Involvement in Patient Safety.
The draft Complaints Standard Framework is a welcome step in offering clear guidance for trusts but there are areas where the guidance could be finessed and further developed.
NHS Providers responds to the Department for Health and Social Care's call for evidence into reducing bureaucracy in the NHS.
This submission sets out the case for investment in community health services.
Our CSR submission calls for additional funding for the NHS and a reprioritisation of what what can realistically be delivered within the funding envelope available.
Our written submission examines workforce burnout and resilience in the NHS and social care.
NHS Providers submission to the APPG on coronavirus examines the UK's handling of the COVID-19 outbreak
Our written submission to the Public Services Committee inquiry into Public services: lessons from coronavirus.
We have today written to Matt Hancock and Robert Jenrick on the tendering of NHS community services during COVID-19.
We have written to Matt Hancock, Secretary of state for health and social care, to call for much greater advance visibility of what is coming next operationally in the response to coronarvirus.