Amid all the challenges trusts face, quality and safety of care remains paramount.
The first report in our new series explores how trusts have responded to feedback from Care Quality Commission in a positive and systematic way, encouraging ideas that have made a difference.
Chris Hopson, NHS Providers chief executive, discusses the recent CQC briefing with chief inspector Professor Ted Baker.
Will Warburton, Health Foundation director of improvement considers organisational approaches to improvement ahead of our annual conference.
Penny Pereira, initiative director at Q, discusses the four essentials that support successful partnership working in a world of integrated care.
This edition of our digital downloads from the Digital Boards programme, focuses on the benefits of bringing together digital and quality improvement.
Saffron Cordery responds to the publication of the Ockenden report on maternity services.
Saffron Cordery responds to an announcement from NHS England and NHS Improvement that maternity services will receive a £127m boost.
Chris Hopson comments on the Department of Health and Social Care's announcement of a new taskforce to level-up maternity care and tackle disparities.
Toby Lewis and Keegan Shepard discuss the need for clinical leadership to be deeply embedded within new integrated care systems, and underline the practical challenges in its implementation.
Miriam Deakin comments on CQC's maternity survey 2021 results.
Catherine Harrison discusses sustaining high quality care in a time of transition as integrated care systems are established and examines whether risk management is getting enough attention.
Miriam Deakin comments on the publication of the government's response to the Paterson inquiry.
Chris Hopson looks at the impact of ambulance handovers on patients and why everyone in the NHS needs to help rebalance the safety risk.
In this episode, Adam Brimelow invites Dave West, HSJ deputy editor, and Chris Hopson, NHS Providers chief executive, to reflect on key speeches from NHS Providers annual conference 2021.
Keegan Shepard highlights the importance speaking up makes to the experience of staff and the safety of patients, and calls for the progress made across the NHS to continue.