The UK’s withdrawal from the European Union (EU) will have far reaching implications for the NHS. We will keep members up to date on all developments affecting the health and social care sector and work to ensure trusts are represented in national discussions around Brexit.
This briefing examines the government's plans for the future of the NHS.
This briefing contains an overview of key announcements relevant to health and social care, along with a summary of other legislation of interest and draft bills.
Saffron Cordery says while today's Queen's Speech is all about politics, it needs to be about the politics of reality and delivery for the NHS.
This briefing details the health and social commitments from the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat party manifestos and sets out the NHS Providers view.
Chris Hopson urges politicians to be clear about their intentions for the NHS ahead of the UK general election on 12 December.
Saffron Cordery responds to 'Exiting the EU: supplying the health and social care sectors' published by the National Audit Office.
Miriam Deakin responds to health and social care announcements from the Labour Party conference.
Chris Hopson outlines two particular features of a 'no deal' Brexit that frontline leaders point to as key risks for the NHS, other public services and the government to collectively manage.
Chris Hopson highlights a number of NHS issues that the new prime minister will need to address.
NHS Providers media relations manager Simon Keen explores how the launch of the NHS long term plan fared in its battle against Brexit for media attention.
Our latest briefing on a 'no deal' Brexit gives an overview of national planning, context for the preparations and regional contacts for trusts.
Saffron Cordery comments on NHS preparations for a 'no deal' Brexit.