The NHS Transformation Unit is exhibiting at the Health and Care Innovation Expo 2017 at Manchester Central on Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th September, at stand number: 281.
The packed agenda aimed at inspiring patient-centred innovation and transformation across England’s health and social care services, features more than 200 hours of content including inspirational speakers, influential leaders and in-depth exploration of key topics.
High profile speakers at this year’s event include Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England; Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Health; Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, National Medical Director, NHS England; and Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester.
Also as part of the conference there will be a special session on lessons learned by the NHS from the Manchester and London terror attacks earlier this year. Professor Chris Moran, NHS England’s National Clinical Director for Trauma, will detail the clinical meetings and briefings that took place within 24 hours of the horrific attacks.
Leila Williams, chief executive of the NHS Transformation Unit, said: “This is an important event in the calendar, designed to help the NHS, local authorities and beyond to work together for whole-system change and improvement.
“The NHS Transformation Unit is very clearly a part of this, with our unique mix of skills, expertise and experience from across the public, private and voluntary sectors, with values rooted firmly in the NHS, helping to drive health and care transformation across the country.
“We are looking forward to welcoming delegates to our stand to discuss the ways in which we can help their organisations face the challenges of sustainability and innovation.”
Visit the NHS Transformation Unit at stand number: 281.