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Welsh NHS Confederation response to the introduction of the Health and Social Care (Quality and Engagement) (Wales) Bill
How should an organisation such as the NHS Confederation position itself given the current pressures on the service and in the current uncertain political times, asks Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation.
The NHS Improvement provider sector performance report for the period ending 31 March 2019 shows things are not all doom and gloom, but there is still much more to be done.
The latest NHS performance statistics show the NHS continues to come under huge pressure, with a concerning rise in the number of people delayed in hospitals, the NHS Confederation has said.
A report published today by the NHS Confederation outlines the views of new NHS chief executives on the changes in leadership approach and culture that they believe will be required if the NHS is to meet the ambitions of the Long Term Plan.
An inclusive and representative board has to be a prime component of confidence building, writes Ifti Majid
Can hospitals stop being monoliths of mystery and isolation and join wider urban life, asks Layla McCay
The leadership of the NHS is changing and could well look rather different in a few years’ time, writes Niall Dickson.
The NHS in Wales is committed to working more efficiently, prioritising spending and making savings where possible.
The NHS Interim People Plan (IPP) sets out the importance of the NHS engaging with councils in their local areas to help build economic prosperity, something NHS Confederation has also been advocating for some time, writes Richard Griffin of the North West London Health and Care Partnership.
Nick Ville, director of policy at the NHS Confederation, responded to the Public Accounts Committee report on NHS waiting times.
Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation and Chair of the Health for Care campaign, responded to Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s support for £3.5bn extra for social care and the creation of an insurance system to cover costs.
Given the drive and commitment to create a more diverse and inclusive leadership at the top of the NHS, it is a startling fact that fewer black and minority ethnic people and women now occupy chair and non-executive positions
We are all aware of the workforce challenges facing the NHS, writes Anna Dixon, chief executive of the Centre for Ageing Better. According to recent estimates, there are currently around 100,000 vacant posts nationally, a figure that many expect to rise post-Brexit depending on the immigration rules agreed.
It’s been a little over a year since the Welsh Government published their long-term plan for health and social care, A Healthier Wales.
The chairs and non-executive directors on boards that run NHS organisations in England have become less diverse over the last 15 years, with fewer people of black and minority ethnicity (BME) and women occupying the positions.
David Pearson, Independent Chair of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System, talks about the impact working in partnership across health and care is having on the people of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.
Responding to the Independent Review of Gross Negligence Manslaughter and Culpable Homicide, Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents organisations across the healthcare sector, said report recognises need to change patient safety conversation from blame to learning.
Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, responds to the announcement of Amanda Pritchard as Chief Operating Officer at NHS Improvement and NHS England
It’s in the news almost every day and affects everyone in some shape or form. In this article, Amy, a manager at Attain, shares her experience and highlight what organisations can do support their people.