The union for health and care managers
A panel of health and care leaders have pinpointed the biggest Brexit risks - and condemned the government's inaction
Our job is about more than ensuring fair play once decisions have been taken, we need to influence the big decisions themselves.
The government's 70th birthday funding settlement brings some welcome relief for struggling NHS services, but leaves many tough questions unresolved.
The Chancellor's £2.8bn boost for the NHS is nowhere near enough to keep services running and meet the government's own policy priorities, MiP and other experts have warned. Craig Ryan reports.
Dean Royles, director of HR and organisational development at Leeds Teaching Hospitals, calls for a more streamlined system to run the NHS in England.
With the economy growing more slowly than healthcare demand, the government will have to find more money to maintain services and end the pay cap.
Following the inconclusive 2017 general election result, here are MiP’s challenges to the new government – however long it lasts.
What the Conservative manifesto offered… and what we might get.
The shock election result puts the NHS back in the thick of the political battleground. Anything could happen – but here’s ten things to look out for.
Far from “taking back control”, Brexit has plunged the NHS into a period of radical uncertainty, with unpredictable consequences for funding, staffing and research.
The government’s Trade Union Bill threatens to undermine partnership working in the NHS for little, if any, gain.