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Behind the headlines: what’s really happening with elective recovery?

The NHS is using less independent sector capacity than it was pre-pandemic despite burgeoning waiting lists and pledges to involve it in elective recovery....

The changing healthcare regulation landscape

IHPN CEO David Hare reports from the first joint patient safety conference held by the independent sector in conjunction with the CQC The healthcare world is...

Changing the face of the NHS landscape

  IHPN CEO David Hare looks at what the Health and Care Bill will mean for the independent healthcare sector     With the biggest global pandemic in...

Supporting the next generation of private patients

Rising NHS waiting lists and an increased focus on health are creating a new generation of private patients and IHPN is working collaboratively to...

Sliding performance and failing targets

In the final article in our series of policy updates, Tim Read, managing director UK & Europe advisory, Marwood Group, takes a deep dive...

Recovery time

The Elective Recovery Plan could mark the start in a new chapter of independent sector support for the NHS but clear action will be...

Welcome to the family

The Elective Recovery Plan has been beset by Omicron and the machinations of Whitehall, but finally published, it heralds a ‘quiet revolution’ in the...

A plan for recovery

Published on Christmas Eve, there was little in the way of festive cheer in the latest NHS Planning Guidance as Tim Read, managing director...

Continuing Covid collaboration

IHPN director of policy David Furness looks at how the independent sector is supporting the NHS deal with Omicron This Spring will, incredibly, mark the...

A shot in the arm for the sector?

IHPN director of Regulation Dawn Hodgkins looks at what independent healthcare providers need to know about mandatory Covid vaccines Next Spring, incredibly, it will be...