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Andrew Ridley, chair of the Community Network, responds to NHS England and NHS Improvement’s announcement of rapid response teams.
The Welsh NHS Confederation respond to the latest NHS Wales performance statistics
Niall Dickson responds to Alzheimer’s Society’s data revealing emergency admissions for people with dementia up more than a third in five years
The health commitments made by the Government in the General Election last month are at risk of being no more than a ‘pipedream’ without greater support and investment in primary care.
The latest weekly performance figures from NHS England show the NHS is facing record demand, but the service and its staff remain a bulwark, Nick Ville, director of membership and policy, has said.
Niall Dickson responds to the Prime Minister’s commitment made on BBC Breakfast to bring forward a plan for social care this year, to be implemented within this Parliament.
There have been unprecedented levels of demand for NHS services across Wales. The public can really help by using the right health service for their needs – A&E must only be used in an emergency.
NHS Confederation members rightly predicted this winter would be the worst on record, as the latest performance figures represent a “cry of despair”, Niall Dickson has said.
Responding to the BMA’s report Measuring progress: Commitments to support and expand the mental health workforce in England, Sean Duggan, chief executive of the Mental Health Network, which is part of the NHS Confederation, said dramatic increase in mental health staff needed.
A look back at what the NHS Confederation achieved in 2019
Responding to today’s Queen’s Speech, Nick Ville, director of policy at the NHS Confederation, which represents organisations across the healthcare sector, said getting Brexit done must not risk nation’s health.
NHS staff continue to work tirelessly to make sure everyone gets the best possible care for their individual needs.
Nurses, doctors and other front line staff give brilliant care to patients, but the latest weekly performance figures show many are now struggling to deliver the safe, high-quality care they want to provide.
Niall Dickson responds to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care’s speech at Policy Exchange
Responding to new Age UK analysis of carers, Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents organisations across the healthcare sector, said plight of older carers an unseen social care scandal.
The NHS Confederation has written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson today (Wednesday 18 December) to set out the critical challenges facing health and social care across England and to understand how he intends to address them
The NHS Confederation is pleased to announce that Lord Adebowale CBE has been appointed as its new chair.
The first winter performance and latest monthly figures from NHS England show the health service is on its knees and leaders are right to expect a tough winter, the NHS Confederation has said.
Niall Dickson responds to the Royal College of Emergency Medicine’s winter flow data
The NHS Confederation and OVID Consulting have won a widely and hotly contested award at the annual PRCA Public Affairs Awards