We gather and share information on the performance and activity of NHS providers, to help them provide sustainable high quality services.
The NHS is one of the most measured organisations in the world and its performance comes under intense scrutiny. Delivering high-quality care for patients and service users is a top priority for all trusts.
Our report explores the deliverability of control totals, the efficiency challenge, and the likely impact on performance across the provider sector.
Our new report provides an overview of how the sector is performing and explores the challenges it faces as providers work towards delivering the NHS long term plan.
This briefing examines factors that could help improve performance over winter, along with areas of concern for the sector, including increasing demand and workforce shortages.
Saffron Cordery, NHS Providers deputy chief executive, responds to the latest monthly combined performance data from NHS England and Improvement.
NHS Providers responds to the monthly performance figures from NHS England and Improvement highlighting how the journey forward meeting demand is got to be extremely complex.
NHS Providers has signed a three year contract with Health Education England to deliver a new development programme for boards to support them in leading the digital transformation agenda.
Chris Hopson discusses the current challenges facing NHS trusts regarding coronavirus and how they are making massive efforts to fill the gaps.
Saffron Cordery says while the NHS front line is holding out thanks to the calm dedication and professionalism of its staff, the next fortnight is key to tackling the virus.
Chris Hopson discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the health and care service, key concerns and how the system is pulling together.
Miriam Deakin responds to the latest monthly combined performance data from NHS England and NHS Improvement.
Claire Helm discusses the upcoming review of clinical standards and the role they currently play in the health service.
A report by NHS Providers says any changes to access standards must command broad support from patients, the public, politicians, clinicians and trust leaders.
Our latest briefing discusses the upcoming recommendations from the clinically-led review of access standards.
The fifth publication in our Provider voices series, in which we highlight the views of senior leaders on the key issues facing the NHS today.
Adam Wright outlines healthcare leaders' views on the future of specialised services and its contribution to the long term plan.