NHS providers are facing intense financial pressure, with how their services are paid for and how much they cost under ever greater scrutiny. The funding gap facing the NHS is having a material impact on frontline providers and the services they are able to offer to patients.
The NHS needs a fair and transparent financial system that actively supports the delivery of key policy priorities and enables investment in high quality services and facilities.
Our new report makes the case for why capital matters and how we have campaigned to influence recent policy developments in this area.
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.
Our report explores the deliverability of control totals, the efficiency challenge, and the likely impact on performance across the provider sector.
Our On The Day Briefing summarises the system finance guidance that has been issued by NHSE/I
Chris Hopson looks ahead to the comprehensive spending review this autumn, should it go ahead as planned, and looks at what has changed in terms of context this year.
Chris Hopson responds to the prime minister confirming some funding to prepare the NHS for winter.
Saffron Cordery responds to the launch of the comprehensive spending review process.
Saffron Cordery, NHS Providers deputy chief executive, responds to the Prime Minister's NHS winter funding announcement.
CIPFA and NHS Providers have come together to call on the government to see health and social care as wholly interdependent services.
Saffron Cordery speaks ahead of the prime minister's announcement on capital spending, and also responds to the local lockdown in Leicester.
NHS Providers warns that there is a risk of the health service being overwhelmed in a winter COVID-19 second surge if the government makes the wrong decisions on funding NHS capacity.
We responded to concerns around the shortage of clinical gowns during coronavirus.
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.
We call for capital investment in the mental health estate, highlighting that two thirds of trusts will not receive the funding they need this year to invest in urgent repairs.
This briefing outlines the real impact under-prioritisation of investment in the mental health estate is having on trusts.