Amid all the challenges trusts face, quality and safety of care remains paramount.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to an announcement from NHS England that 'Martha's Rule' will be rolled out to at least 100 sites from April.
This briefing provides an overview of the independent culture review of ambulance trusts and highlights the specific actions trusts are expected to take.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to a Care Quality Commission survey of more than 25,500 women and people who used NHS maternity services in 2023.
Wendy Korthuis-Smith, executive director at Virginia Mason Institute, shares how health leaders can bring NHS IMPACT to life to ensure quality, safety and improvement is enhanced across the service.
Penny Pereira, managing director of Q at the Health Foundation, shares her thoughts on creating a culture of innovation and improvement and how trusts can make this a part of core business.
Hempsons partner Andrew Daly shines a light on how the Provider Selection Regime (PSR) Regulations could redefine the healthcare procurement landscape and what this means for trusts.
Saffron Cordery responds to a new Health Service Safety Investigations Body (HSSIB) report, which finds that learning disability patients' needs are 'not consistently met' when in hospital.
Sir Julian Hartley discusses NHS IMPACT, a programme launched by NHS England earlier this year, and examines where trusts are in their improvement journey since its inception.
Miriam Deakin responds to the new Mothers and Babies: Reducing Risk through Audits and Confidential Enquiries report.
Miriam Deakin comments on the Department of Health and Social Care response to the Kirkup report.
Matt Case discusses whether a new improvement approach offers hope to the NHS' driving mission of providing high-quality care amid challenging times.
Sir Julian Hartley discusses what's necessary to successfully realising improvement ambitions.