With a key focus on using technology to deliver efficiency savings and improve patient outcomes, Healthcare Efficiency Through Technology 2015 is an essential event for all technology and service transformation stakeholders. With plans for a paper-free NHS and increased service integration, HETT will provide critical updates from leading policy makers and practical advice through interactive case studies.
Join the Commissioning in Healthcare Show for a free event dedicated to NHS commissioners, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), senior medical professionals, local authorities, primary care providers and healthcare charities.
The Special Interest Group (SIG) for Health and Technology is a cross-faculty innovation and collaboration group and the event leaders are welcoming external visitors to meet and connect. This SIG event looks at "Masters, slaves, and robots".
The free Value of Values in Health and Social Care Leadership event provides a forum for system leaders to hear from key speakers across health, social care, business and the charitable sectors, explore issues with fellow professionals, actively debate the topics under discussion with the expert panel and leave with transferable learning.
This free agenda-setting breakfast event will be one of the first opportunities for the region’s business community to influence the process and make its views known to those driving the debate. You’ll get the chance to hear directly from the top table, and put your questions to those in power.
Connected to the Open Info Day of the European Commission (18 September in Brussels) dedicated to “Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing” (SC1) in Horizon 2020, the EU-funded projects Fit for Health 2.0 and Health-NCP-Net 2.0 are organising a free of charge partnering event on 17 September in Brussels which is meant to assist you in finding the right project partners for the upcoming 2016 Health calls.
The 28th annual conference celebrates the craft of orthopaedic care.
The next Open Network event will be on 10 September. As always, catering will be provided and attendance is free, but places will be prioritised for WIN members. If you haven’t yet done so, please book your place by 8 September.