NHS Providers, NHS Confederation and The King's Fund jointly write to the Times about the impact the Health and Care Bill will have on the NHS' independence.
We have written a letter to the chancellor of the exchequer and secretary of state for health and social care on the discharge to assess funding.
Our letter to the prime minister, chancellor, health secretary, and chief executive of NHS England, to address the NHS pressures trusts are currently facing.
Along with a number of health organisations, we have co-signed a letter to the Times from the Health Foundation on workforce shortages
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.
We have written to the prime minister Boris Johnson to urge caution around how lockdown restrictions are eased
Public letter on the inquiry of maternity services in England.
We have written to the prime minister Boris Johnson about the potential risk of a third wave.
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.
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.
Chris Hopson and Saffron Cordery urge politicians not to drag the NHS into a political blame game.