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Your business and the NHS going forward - what does the future hold?

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Confirmed date and venue:
Wednesday 18th October 2017
9:30am - 3:30pm
Austin Court, Birmingham

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Brought to you by Wilmington Healthcare, this one-day national event will analyse the future of the NHS and the implications this may have on your business.

We know that there are no immediate plans to inject significantly above-inflation funds into the NHS. But, the extent of the real cash crisis in the healthcare budget, a deficit of 30bn by 2021, may well force the government into a position where the NHS as we know it is no longer sustainable.

Added to this we have big policy: Five Year Forward View, new Strategic Transformation Plans and Lord Carter's Procurement Transformation Plans as part of his review into NHS productivity. How will the NHS change over the coming years? New models of care and care provision, new efficiency measures and no additional funding?

This must attend event will enable you to shape your future business strategy planning.

Don't miss your opportunity to hear from commissioners and buyers within the NHS and find out what they are looking for when assessing innovative products and services.


An expert line-up of speakers will examine the current NHS marketplace and review in detail current policy impacting the NHS.

They will assess:
Cost pressures and the financial challenges going forward
STPs - what are they, where are they and why are they important to your business
An update on the latest recommendations to come from Lord Carter's review in NHS productivity
Procurement Transformation Plans
The implementation of the Five Year Forward View, new care models and vanguard sites
Where the NHS is looking to save money and what the impact on the market will be
How suppliers can help the NHS become more efficient and improve patient care
Who will have the money to spend and make the decisions in the future
How to do business with CCGs - what are they looking for?
How Academic Health Science Networks can help your business
Current NHS procurement initiatives needed to improve efficiency
An update into NHS procurement by NHS Trusts - implementing Lord Carter's


NHS suppliers, especially those with a responsibility for:

- Business development
- Commercial
- Contracts
- Healthcare partnerships
- Key accounts
- Market access
- Marketing
- NHS liaison
- Regional NHS territories
- Sales
- Strategic engagement

Chair: Simon Walsh
Procurement Director
Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust;
Former Chairman
Health Care Supply Association

Denis Gizzi

Managing Director and Lead Manager
Oldham CCG

Lorna Green
Commercial Director
North West Coastal Academic Health Science Network

Joe Lever
Procurement Director
Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust

Please choose one of the following options:

Online  register using a credit or debit card
Call       01268 495600

Please ensure you select the correct price for the number of delegates you are booking. We reserve the right to charge the difference if you select the wrong option.

Wilmington Healthcare and Conventus reserve the right to change the agenda and/or speakers at any time.

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Per delegate
395.00 Qty:
2-4 places or voluntary sector (per delegate)
295.00 Qty:
5-9 places (per delegate)
245.00 Qty:
10+ places (per delegate)
195.00 Qty:


Quick Links

Event: NHS Procurement - Oct 17
NHS Guide 2017/18
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