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.
Miriam Deakin responds to an announcement that patients will be given more choice over where they receive their NHS care.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to the speech today by Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer on his vision for the NHS.
Hannah Hayes discusses the challenge of discharging patients from NHS hospitals and the three solutions that can help prevent and manage the issue.
Jonathon Holmes discusses NHS Providers' latest report 'Providers Deliver: Patient flow' which examines examples of where trusts have used innovative approaches to improve patient flow.
Sir Julian Hartley comments on NHS Providers' latest Providers Deliver report 'Patient flow' which presents a series of case studies where have developed effective approaches to improve patient flow.
We analyse the latest monthly performance data from NHS England and feature a case study from Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to the latest monthly performance data from NHS England, which shows the effects of mounting pressure on overstretched NHS services after one of the toughest ever winters.
Saffron Cordery responds to new NHS England figures on patient appointments that have been rescheduled due to industrial action in the NHS.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to comments by deputy chief nurse Charlotte McArdle ahead of strike action hitting the NHS across England this bank holiday.
Saffron Cordery responds to Labour Party findings about the time cancer patients wait for care.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to new data released to the Labour Party which shows category 3 patients were left waiting two and a half days for an ambulance in December.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to new NHS England figures showing that more than 531,000 appointments have been rescheduled due to industrial action since last December.