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COVID-19 data continues to show improvement alongside a decrease in absence, but latest winter sitrep still shows pressure on patient flow.
Matthew Taylor responds to the publication of the latest weekly winter situation report on Urgent and Emergency Care by NHS England.
Darren Hughes, director of the Welsh NHS Confederation, responds to the latest NHS activity and performance statistics in Wales.
Get involved in ensuring primary care is at the heart of integrated care systems.
As general practice is flooded by demand, how do we resource effectively to overcome health inequalities?
There are a number of measures that the UK Government must take in order to address the challenges of leaving the EU’s single market
As Omicron ebbs, we must turn our attention again to parity of esteem for mental health in policy, funding and legislation.
Matthew Taylor responds to Prime Minister announcement on the lifting of Plan B restrictions.
Episode 10: Uday Bose on innovation, vaccines, working in partnership with the pharmaceutical sector and focusing on patient experience.
The Government is seeking input on which aspects of the current trading arrangements with the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) we should look to improve
Be part of this excellent opportunity to share your experiences of healthcare management with international peers
Matthew Taylor responds to media reports that the Government is set to announce another shake up of the NHS in the form of academy-style hospitals.
Let’s not lose sight of the innovation and new ways of working that have characterised the NHS response to COVID-19.
PHM is more than a passing fashion – it’s a style of approaching care that will become the established norm. Here are three pitfalls to avoid.
This will include keynote speakers, panel discussions and break-out sessions looking at key topics affecting ICSs.
The Welsh NHS Confederation responded to a query from Russell George MS, committee Chair, on the inquiry into the impact of the waiting times backlog.
Sean Duggan responds to the launch of the NHSEI campaign that encourages those struggling with their mental health to seek support.
Unchecked powers for the Secretary of State risk undermining progress towards integration, transparency, patient safety and quality of care.
Our expert panel will offer fresh insights and case studies illustrating what needs to happen next to help create healthier communities.
Poor communication about ICS delays hasn’t helped what can be an already difficult situation.