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Webinar on the Social Partnership and Public Procurement (Wales) Act and how the new legislation will improve public services.
Research by the NHS Confederation and conducted by Carnall Farrar, examines the potential of increased targeted investment in community services
Sean Duggan responds to the Centre for Mental Health report ‘A mentally healthier nation’
Matthew Taylor responds to Health Foundation polling that shows four in five members of the public support more investment for the NHS.
Increased spending on out-of-hospital care can create value through through reduced hospital demand.
Dr Layla McCay comments from Bournemouth on the Leader of the Liberal Democrat’s conference speech.
Rory Deighton responds to the data showing the impact of industrial action from both junior doctors and consultants
The meeting of the Community network will take place in person on Thursday 19 October between 9:45-15:30 at 110 Rochester Row, London, SW1P 1JP.
Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the NHS Confederation responds to 25,000 appointments being cancelled at least twice in 2022
NHS Confederation policy director Layla McCay responds to Lib Dem Health Spokesperson Daisy Cooper’s speech at party conference
Exploring how investment in community care can improve system productivity.
Matthew Taylor comments on annual A&E activity figures showing a 316% increase in 12 hour waits from decision to admit to admission
Assistant director of the Welsh NHS Confederation Nesta Lloyd-Jones responds to the latest NHS performance statistics in Wales.
Building internal capacity and reducing agency spend through an improved e-rostering solution.
An overview of the speaking up safely framework.
Implementing a hospital at home service to reduce hospital admissions for frail elderly patients
An overview of total capacity and national trends across the health and care sector.
Ahead of industrial action from NHS consultants and junior doctors, health leaders warn about the impact on patient care, backlogs and finances
Matthew Taylor looks at the necessity of management in the NHS and the need for regulation that’s forward-thinking.
A major redevelopment project has transformed South West London’s mental health estate.