We represent the seven local health boards, three NHS trusts, Health Education and Improvement Wales and Digital Health and Care Wales. We are part of the NHS Confederation and host NHS Wales Employers.
We support our members by acting as a driving force for positive change through strong representation, facilitating system leadership and our proactive policy, influencing, communications, events and engagement work.
Health and Social Care Committee inquiry into the impact of the waiting times backlog
The Welsh NHS Confederation responded to a query from Russell George MS, committee Chair, on the inquiry into the impact of the waiting times backlog.
13 January 2022
Consultation on hospital discharge and its impact on patient flow through hospitals
The Welsh NHS Confederation responded to the Health and Social Care Committee's consultation on hospital discharge and its impact on patient flow.
11 January 2022
Incredible staff commitment and resilience
As we approach Christmas, Darren Hughes reflects on all that staff have done and continue to do for the people of Wales.
21 December 2021
We can unlock the power of volunteering
Dr Fiona Liddell writes about the power and value of volunteering throughout the pandemic and how it could be part of the solution as we recover.
13 December 2021
We must be realistic about how quickly services will be able to bounce back
Darren Hughes, director of the Welsh NHS Confederation, responds to the latest NHS activity and performance statistics in Wales.
20 January 2022
A note of caution - the situation in health and care remains serious
Darren Hughes, director of the Welsh NHS Confederation, responds to the latest Welsh Government review of Coronavirus regulations.
14 January 2022
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