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What's the next major shift in the NHS?

Educating NHS suppliers on what’s happening in the NHS

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19/09/2018

9:00 am

BCEC Birmingham, Hill Street, Birmingham B5 4EW

Early Bird rate: 399+VAT (valid until 14 September 2018)
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What's the next major shift in the NHS?

Educating NHS suppliers on what’s happening in the NHS

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05/12/2018

9:00 am

Etc Venues - Liverpool Street Bishopsgate Court, 4-12 Norton Folgate, London E1 6DQ

Early Bird Rate: £399 +VAT
(valid until 21 November 2018)
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Programme

The NHS: What's Happening

The NHS Whats happening December Agenda

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Speakers

Matthew Cripps

Matthew Cripps

Director, Sustainable Healthcare

Professor Matthew Cripps BA MA CPFA created and developed the RightCare approach and embedded NHS RightCare as a national programme in NHS England, active in every local health economy, with a focus on population healthcare improvement to deliver the best care to patients. He now leads on spreading the concepts of population healthcare, optimal value, improvement and clinical and financial leadership in improvement and is a member of NHS England’s Medical Directorate senior team.

Matthew is a Professor at Warwick Business School, with a focus on sustainable health systems, Honorary Professor of Population Healthcare Improvement at the University of Salford, and was previously Professor of Business Processing and Knowledge Transfer at the Manchester Metropolitan University Business School. Matthew is also a chartered accountant and has written seven publications on sustainable healthcare system improvement, finance and business processing, published by the Chartered Institute of Public Finance, the Healthcare Finance Managers Association and Offox Press.

Matthew holds positions on numerous boards, including the National Stroke Board and the NICE Implementation Collaborative Board. He is chair of NHS England’s Programme Budgeting Board. He works closely with key stakeholders on population healthcare, including in partnerships with Public Health England, NICE, national charities and clinical colleges.

John Chater

John Chater

Solutions Director

John Chater has responsibilities at Wilmington Healthcare that include events, training, editorial and bringing new ideas about customer engagement to market.

He has written about health and social care for over twenty years, starting out in Whitehall as a ministerial speechwriter and policy drafter. He has worked as a content author, policy drafter, communicator and trainer in all sectors, including Wellards, Binley’s, Commissioning Support for London and NHS London’s Medical Directorate. In social care he was head of external relations at Royal British Legion Industries.

He is particularly interested in the way environmental changes in healthcare affect the business environment of NHS suppliers in all sectors and markets.

Douglas Findlay

Douglas Findlay

Co-Chair of the Oxford Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) Patient Experience Operational Group

Douglas works alongside a diverse range of NHS organisations at local, regional and national levels. He has a particular interest in encouraging patient involvement at all levels within the NHS. Having originally trained and worked as a high school teacher, in the late 1980s until 2014 Douglas worked in the medical devices and the pharmaceutical industries where he worked in Sales, Healthcare Liaison and Training Management.

Dave West

Dave West

Senior Bureau Chief

Dave West is HSJ’s senior bureau chief, leading a team of journalists who cover commissioning, care quality, integration and primary care. His own work focuses on NHS England, clinical commissioning groups, and primary care reform. He also writes about the North East and Cumbria areas. Dave has been at HSJ since 2008. In 2013 won the Medical Journalists’ Association professional journalist of the year award and in 2014 was named one of the top 10 journalists on Twitter by the Press Gazette. He has been nominated for awards for HSJ’s interactive clinical commissioning group map. His past work has covered acute care, quality indicators, and informatics.

Dr Dan Bunstone

Dr Dan Bunstone

Chair, NHS Warrington CCG

Dr Bunstone is currently Chair of Warrington CCG, and has been in this role for nearly 3, years. Prior to this he was a Governing Body Member, and has been involved with the CCG since their inception. He is clinical lead for the GP forward View at STP level. He is a practicing GP in Warrington

Resources

Wilmington Healthcare Seminars - The Guide

The Rise of The GP Network

National Briefing - The Rapidly Changing CCG landscape

STPs and other planned changes in NHS commissioning

How can pharma engage with the newly Transformation-funded STPs?

To secure your tickets to the seminar please follow the link below and complete the checkout process.

What's the next major shift in the NHS?

Educating NHS suppliers on what’s happening in the NHS

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05/03/2019

9:00 am

Etc Venues - Liverpool Street Bishopsgate Court, 4-12 Norton Folgate, London E1 6DQ

Preview rate: £299 +VAT
(valid until 11 January 2019)
Standard rate: £499 +VAT

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Programme

The NHS: What's Happening 2018

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NHS Whats happening March Agenda

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Speakers

Steve How

Steve How

Business Development Director

Steve How is the Business Development Director for Wilmington Healthcare, with a key focus that includes the translation of NHS policy information and data into insight to support healthcare related business.

Prior to this (and coinciding with the controversial 2012 Health and Social Care Act!) Steve had set up Exarca Health a business development consultancy specialising in Key Account Management and partnership working with the NHS.

He also has many years experience with blue chip pharmaceutical and Health IT companies in delivering and implementing solutions based marketing and sales strategies.

Steve is passionate about facilitating partnerships to develop better healthcare. Whether that is linking up various providers and suppliers in the NHS, supporting industry on their strategic approach to working with the NHS or supporting public engagement with their local NHS.

Steve has taken an active role in developing and implementing assurance and public governance and is a member of the Alliance Leadership Board for the Better Together PACS Vanguard in Mid Notts and a Governor of Nottinghamshire Healthcare Foundation Trust.

Simon Banks

Simon Banks

Chief Officer

Simon Banks joined NHS Wirral Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) in May 2017 as Chief Officer. He is also the Chief Officer of Wirral Health and Care Commissioning, an organisation that brings together Wirral Council and NHS Wirral CCG to commission health and care for Wirral residents. He is also the Senior Responsible Officer for the Healthy Wirral place based system sustainability programme. Simon has worked in health and care in either the voluntary sector or the NHS for his whole career.

Simon’s experience in the voluntary sector came through working as a Patient Advocate with the Citizens’ Advice Bureau in Ashworth Hospital. He then worked for Age Concern Cheshire in roles that encompassed information and advice, lobbying and campaigning. Simon joined the NHS in July 2000 as Chief Officer, Warrington Community Health Council before moving to work in Warrington Community Healthcare NHS Trust and 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Trust.

John Chater

John Chater

Solutions Director

John Chater has responsibilities at Wilmington Healthcare that include events, training, editorial and bringing new ideas about customer engagement to market.

He has written about health and social care for over twenty years, starting out in Whitehall as a ministerial speechwriter and policy drafter. He has worked as a content author, policy drafter, communicator and trainer in all sectors, including Wellards, Binley’s, Commissioning Support for London and NHS London’s Medical Directorate. In social care he was head of external relations at Royal British Legion Industries.

He is particularly interested in the way environmental changes in healthcare affect the business environment of NHS suppliers in all sectors and markets.

Douglas Findlay

Douglas Findlay

Co-Chair of the Oxford Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) Patient Experience Operational Group

Douglas works alongside a diverse range of NHS organisations at local, regional and national levels. He has a particular interest in encouraging patient involvement at all levels within the NHS. Having originally trained and worked as a high school teacher, in the late 1980s until 2014 Douglas worked in the medical devices and the pharmaceutical industries where he worked in Sales, Healthcare Liaison and Training Management.

Dave West

Dave West

Senior Bureau Chief

Dave West is HSJ’s senior bureau chief, leading a team of journalists who cover commissioning, care quality, integration and primary care. His own work focuses on NHS England, clinical commissioning groups, and primary care reform. He also writes about the North East and Cumbria areas. Dave has been at HSJ since 2008. In 2013 won the Medical Journalists’ Association professional journalist of the year award and in 2014 was named one of the top 10 journalists on Twitter by the Press Gazette. He has been nominated for awards for HSJ’s interactive clinical commissioning group map. His past work has covered acute care, quality indicators, and informatics.

Resources

Wilmington Healthcare Seminars - The Guide

The Rise of The GP Network

National Briefing: The Rapidly Changing CCG Landscape

STPs and other planned changes in NHS commissioning

How can pharma engage with the newly Transformation-funded STPs?

How can pharma engage with the newly Transformation-funded STPs?

To secure your tickets to the seminar please follow the link below and complete the checkout process.

What's the next major shift in the NHS?

Educating NHS suppliers on what’s happening in the NHS

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04/06/2019

9:00 am

Etc Venues - Liverpool Street Bishopsgate Court, 4-12 Norton Folgate, London E1 6DQ

Preview rate: £299 +VAT
(valid until 19 April 2019)
Standard rate: £499 +VAT

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Programme

The NHS: What's Happening 2018

NHS Whats happening June Agenda

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Speakers

Paul Midgley

Paul Midgley

Director of NHS Insight

Paul has been an active Patient Leader since 2006 when he was appointed to the board of Principia CIC (Practice Based Commissioning Group for Rushcliffe), contributing to various committees in local NHS and Social Care organisations in South Nottinghamshire, including the newly formed Greater Nottingham Integrated Care Partnership’s Citizens’ Advisory Group. He is also a Patient Senate member at East Midlands Academic Health Science Network, Council member for East Midlands Clinical Senate, chair of NHS Rushcliffe CCG’s Patient Cabinet, vice chair of NHS Rushcliffe CCG’s Patient Active group, and chair of Musters Medical Practice Patient Participation Group. Previous committee roles have included the prioritization panel at Nottinghamshire Healthwatch and various committees at Principia and NHS Rushcliffe CCG including the Clinical reference group and Finance and Performance committee, plus chairing the Nottinghamshire Darzi Quality Board’s PPI committee.

In working life, as a member of Wilmington Healthcare’s Thought Leadership Group, Paul leads NHS and joint industry events around service transformation, particularly in mental health, neurology, diabetes, dermatology, gastroenterology & liver, rheumatology & MSK and other long-term conditions. He co-chairs over 40 regional network conferences per year relating to the above conditions and has co-chaired more than 100 Regional Network events since 2011 for >6000 delegates.

Paul spent over 15 years after graduating from Leeds University with a BSc in Biotechnology working in various commercial roles with the Pharmaceutical Industry prior to leaving in 2000 to set up his own training consultancy HealthCare Partnership, which was acquired by NHiS in 2012 and Wilmington plc in 2014.

Simon Banks

Simon Banks

Chief Officer

Simon Banks joined NHS Wirral Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) in May 2017 as Chief Officer. He is also the Chief Officer of Wirral Health and Care Commissioning, an organisation that brings together Wirral Council and NHS Wirral CCG to commission health and care for Wirral residents. He is also the Senior Responsible Officer for the Healthy Wirral place based system sustainability programme. Simon has worked in health and care in either the voluntary sector or the NHS for his whole career.

Simon’s experience in the voluntary sector came through working as a Patient Advocate with the Citizens’ Advice Bureau in Ashworth Hospital. He then worked for Age Concern Cheshire in roles that encompassed information and advice, lobbying and campaigning. Simon joined the NHS in July 2000 as Chief Officer, Warrington Community Health Council before moving to work in Warrington Community Healthcare NHS Trust and 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Trust.

John Chater

John Chater

Solutions Director

John Chater has responsibilities at Wilmington Healthcare that include events, training, editorial and bringing new ideas about customer engagement to market.

He has written about health and social care for over twenty years, starting out in Whitehall as a ministerial speechwriter and policy drafter. He has worked as a content author, policy drafter, communicator and trainer in all sectors, including Wellards, Binley’s, Commissioning Support for London and NHS London’s Medical Directorate. In social care he was head of external relations at Royal British Legion Industries.

He is particularly interested in the way environmental changes in healthcare affect the business environment of NHS suppliers in all sectors and markets.

Douglas Findlay

Douglas Findlay

Co-Chair of the Oxford Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) Patient Experience Operational Group

Douglas works alongside a diverse range of NHS organisations at local, regional and national levels. He has a particular interest in encouraging patient involvement at all levels within the NHS. Having originally trained and worked as a high school teacher, in the late 1980s until 2014 Douglas worked in the medical devices and the pharmaceutical industries where he worked in Sales, Healthcare Liaison and Training Management.

Dave West

Dave West

Senior Bureau Chief

Dave West is HSJ’s senior bureau chief, leading a team of journalists who cover commissioning, care quality, integration and primary care. His own work focuses on NHS England, clinical commissioning groups, and primary care reform. He also writes about the North East and Cumbria areas. Dave has been at HSJ since 2008. In 2013 won the Medical Journalists’ Association professional journalist of the year award and in 2014 was named one of the top 10 journalists on Twitter by the Press Gazette. He has been nominated for awards for HSJ’s interactive clinical commissioning group map. His past work has covered acute care, quality indicators, and informatics.

Resources

Wilmington Healthcare - The Guide

The Rise of The GP Network

National Briefing: The Rapidly Changing CCG Landscape

STPs and other planned changes in NHS commissioning

How can pharma engage with the newly Transformation-funded STPs?

To secure your tickets to the seminar please follow the link below and complete the checkout process.