Our role is to empower and support our members so that these challenges can be overcome by organisations working together as the key to improving population health, delivering high-quality care and reducing health inequalities.
Cost of living
Spotlighting initiatives helping to mitigate the worst effects of rising costs, good employment practice to support staff, and our calls on government for action.
Supporting members through the COVID-19 pandemic, the greatest challenge the health service has faced in its 74-year history.
Capacity and performance
Supporting our members to address the challenge of NHS waiting time and other performance targets.
Digital and innovation
Exploring how digital technology, innovation and new ways of working can transform care and services.
Health economic partnerships
Building partnerships to drive lasting improvements in public services for local communities.
Supporting members to improve patient outcomes, harnessing the benefits of a diverse workforce to achieve lasting change.
Supporting the NHS to share and benefit from international knowledge, good practice and opportunities.
Enabling mental health providers and the wider system to support the mental health and wellbeing of local communities.
Influencing on behalf of our members ahead of the most significant reforms to the NHS in a decade.
Population health and health inequalities
Supporting health and care leaders to tackle health inequalities as part of a population health management approach.
Governance and oversight
Advocating for a consistent and cohesive regulatory culture that supports system working and population health.
Supporting the development of system working and leaders at system, place and neighbourhood level.
Campaigns and programmes
Health for Care
Making the case for a sustainable social care system, backed up by a long-term funding settlement.
Shaping what the health and care system should look like in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We can all help to stop the spread of the virus and reduce the risk of illness. After all, it’s #NotTooMuchToMask.
Our member briefings digest and analyse the latest developments in health and care, supporting members to stay informed and in the know.
Health on the Line
New podcast series, hosted by Matthew Taylor, offers fresh perspectives on the healthcare challenges of our time and ways to confront them.