Public Sector Event
The Future of the NHS Conference 2014
Venue: University of Salford
Date: 11 Jun 2014
Synopsis: This conference will provide delegates with the opportunity to discuss and debate how the entire NHS workforce can renew its focus on high quality, compassionate care against the backdrop of ongoing reform and change. This event will bring key stake holders together from across health and social care and beyond.
The NHS needs to be able to deal with challenges ahead, such as an ageing population, a rise in the number of people with long-term conditions, lifestyle risk factors in the young and greater public expectations. Combined with rising costs and constrained financial resources, these trends threaten the long-term sustainability of the NHS. There have already been changes to make savings and improve productivity. The NHS is on track to find £20 billion of efficiency savings by 2015. However, without further changes to how services are delivered, a high-quality, yet ‘free at the point of use’ Health Service will not be available to future generations. Not only will the NHS become financially unsustainable, the safety and quality of patient care will decline.
A year on from radical reshapings of the health service, this conference will provide delegates with the opportunity to discuss and debate how the NHS workforce can renew its focus on high quality, compassionate care against the backdrop of ongoing reform and change. Key points addressed on the day will include:
- Improving financial, operational and clinical outcomes
- Efficient and effective patient centred service delivery in a changing world
- Effective working of health and wellbeing boards: getting to the next level
- Working successfully across boundaries
- The future of system leadership
- Ensuring a workforce fit for the future
- New approaches to improving performance and creating a system of consequences.
- Creating a fit-for-purpose innovative ICT function to support clinicians and improve patient safety
- CQC’s new inspection regime
- Implementing a collaborative approach which empowers doctors and other staff to test out innovations
- Embedding quality improvement and patient safety into the culture of the NHS
- Living up to the demands of the Francis Report
- Sharing data to drive efficiencies, savings and innovation in the NHS
- Unleashing the real power of big data
- Personalising healthcare for every NHS patient
- Improving staff engagement
- The role of the private sector in the future health service
- Commissioning for success: maximising return on investment
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