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.
Saffron Cordery responds to new findings from the Liberal Democrats which show NHS hospitals are using hundreds of outdated x-ray machines.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to announcements in the Spring Budget.
Sir Julian Hartley discusses the need for the chancellor Jeremy Hunt to deliver on ensuring the NHS has a long-term and fully costed NHS workforce plan.
Saffron Cordery discusses the NHS estate and the need for significant investment to enable the health service to provide the best care for patients and a suitable working environment for staff.
Sir Julian Hartley discusses NHS Providers' latest capital report, which highlights how major capital investment is crucial to improve care across all sectors.
Sir Julian Hartley comments on NHS Providers' new report 'No more sticking plasters: repairing and transforming the NHS estate'.
Saffron Cordery discusses the challenges that lay ahead for the NHS in what is set to be another extremely busy year for the health service.
Saffron Cordery discusses the need for radical action and government leadership to put the NHS on a sustainable footing amid industrial action escalation.
Saffron Cordery responds to an Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) report 'The NHS in 2022'.
Saffron Cordery responds to the results of the Unison ballot and news that ambulance workers across England likely to strike before Christmas.
Saffron Cordery responds to the government announcement of over £113m to tackle the 'biggest health challenges'.
Miriam Deakin discusses the unprecedented winter pressures on the NHS, and what the government's recent Autumn Statement means for health and social care in the colder months and beyond.