The Hospitals Forum provides tailored services and a national voice for hospital providers, focussing on the unique pressures they currently face.
The forum is the vehicle for our NHS Confederation members to come together and shape and challenge national policy and legislation affecting hospital services.
What are we working on right now?
Sharing learning from the Care Quality Commission's (CQC) wave 1 and wave 2 inspections.
On the 14th May we will be holding an event which will share the experience and learning of providers that have already undergone CQC inspections, as well as help shape the inspection regime as it continues to develop.
Visit our events pages to find out more and book a place.
Influencing Sir David Dalton's work on 'hospital chains'.
The chair of the forum, Mark Newbold is on the advisory group for Sir David Dalton's review and will help feed in NHS Confederation's members' views.
Want to have your say? Email Viviana Olivetto at email@example.com
Visit Our Work webpage to find out more about our work; past and present and take a look at our latest news webpage for further information.
Who decides what we work on?
Simply put, NHS Confederation members do. The work of the Hospitals Forum is overseen by a steering group, made up of a range of acute providers, from district general hospitals to integrated providers.
Visit our Steering group webpage to find out who is on the steering group.
How can you get involved?
Our Get involved webpage outlines how you can get involved in the work of the Hospitals Forum.
If you want to find out more about the Hospitals Forum, about how to get involved, or to discuss any suggestions you might have, please contact Chiara Vivaldi at firstname.lastname@example.org.