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.
Cofiwch y bwlch: beth sy'n atal newid?
Conffederasiwn GIG Cymru Cynghrair Iechyd a Lles: Yr argyfwng costau byw a’r anghydraddoldeb cynyddol yng Nghymru.
14 July 2022
Addressing the planned care backlog
The Welsh NHS Confederation's latest briefing highlights examples of NHS efforts to address the planned care backlog and help patients to wait well.
6 July 2022
Welsh NHS Confederation response to the Health and Social Care Committee’s consultation on the Welsh Government's plan for transforming and modernising planned care and reducing waiting lists
The Welsh NHS Confederation responded to the Health and Social Care Committee’s consultation on the Welsh Government's plan for planned care.
13 June 2022
Cost-of-living crisis only exacerbating inequalities in Wales
Assistant director of the Welsh NHS Confederation, Nesta Lloyd-Jones, examines what needs to be done to stem rising inequalities in Wales.
29 July 2022
When resource is there, the NHS evolves and delivers
Director of the Welsh NHS Confederation, Darren Hughes, focuses on NHS and social care finances in this month's blog.
30 June 2022
Summer demand on NHS increasingly as challenging as winter
The Welsh NHS Confederation's assistant director, Nesta Lloyd-Jones, responds to the latest NHS performance statistics in Wales.
21 July 2022
60 per cent of people in Wales say their health has worsened due to rising cost of living
50 organisations in Wales come together to call for renewed cross-government action to tackle inequalities and ill-health.
14 July 2022
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