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Rory Deighton, Acute Lead at the NHS Confederation, responds to the Royal College of Emergency Medicine’s survey of A&E clinical leads.
Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, responds to the resignations of Sajid Javid and Rishi Sunak from government.
With COVID-19 on the rise again and new strains emerging, Layla McCay stresses that we must act on lessons learnt in readiness for the winter.
Hear from NHS England’s national green team on detail of green plan governance do’s and don’ts and from ICS sustainability leads.
On 1 July 2022, integrated care systems (ICSs) will become responsible by statute for planning and funding health and care services.
Matthew Taylor responds to a vote at the BMA’s Conference in Brighton encouraging GPs to withdraw from the PCN contract.
Co-hosted by Peter Molyneux and Amy Hobson, the series explores authenticity in the workplace with perspectives from leaders who identity as LGBTQ+.
Ruth Rankine, director of primary care, comments on the latest GP appointment data.
Ruth Rankine, director of primary care, responds to the Health Foundation’s latest analysis of general practice.
Matthew Taylor and Lord Victor Adebowale wrote to the Prime Minister calling for a national care worker minimum wage of £10.50 per hour.
Ahead of the publication of the health disparities white paper, our members have identified four priorities it must reflect.
Members are increasingly concerned that colleagues in social care can’t meet need due to workforce challenges – we’ve written to the Prime Minister.
As integrated care systems today become statutory bodies, our new ICS Network director Sarah Walter shares her hopes for what is to come.
Director of the Welsh NHS Confederation, Darren Hughes, focuses on NHS and social care finances in this month’s blog.
The Welsh NHS Confederation Health and Wellbeing Alliance relaunches with new branding and bigger membership than ever.
Danny Mortimer responds to Dr Navina Evans appointment as Chief Workforce Officer at NHE England.
Dr Layla McCay responds to the publication of the Plan for Digital Health and Social Care.
A comprehensive national eye care strategy is needed to address fundamental issues in the system.
Health and Wellbeing Alliance’s social care subgroup response to Health & Social Care Committee consultation on their priorities for the Sixth Senedd.
Briefing from Welsh NHS Confederation Policy Forum members in response to a consultation on suicide prevention.