The NICE Forum 2016 will discuss the challenges being faced by the healthcare sector and the ways in which NICE and other key partner organisations can provide support, guidance and tools for high quality, integrated care. In association with the Patient Safety Congress, this is the largest gathering in the UK of those concerned with supporting high quality care across the health system. The Forum is being held on the 6th July 2016 at Manchester Central.
The NICE Forum will seek to address how NICE can support high quality, high value care within the healthcare system.
Attendees will be a mixture of senior managers in the NHS, commissioners, clinical directors and managers of pharmaceutical and medical technology companies.
Key topics being explored at the NICE Forum 2016 include:
- Translating innovation to implementation
- Improving market access
- Cost-saving support and guidance
- High quality person-centred care
Using NICE guidance to provide high quality care
At the heart of the NICE Forum is a commitment to supporting NHS directors, commissioners and those on the frontline to implement NICE guidance at every level in your organisation. With a focus on providing guidance which will improve value and increase productivity, this forum is an essential date in the diary for all those involved in providing high quality care.
Return to your organisations with tangible solutions and the practical tools to put national guidance into practice locally and ensure you are a part of this essential national conversation.
Accelerating the adoption of innovation in the NHS
Both the NHS and the life science and medtech industries share the aim to get innovative new medicines, treatments and technologies to patients more quickly. Given NICE’s central role in assessing new medicines and technologies, the NICE Forum is the essential national meeting place for industry and the public sector to get together and focus on the challenges at hand.
The NICE Forum is an entirely unique opportunity to join the wider Patient Safety Congress, focusing on the unique concerns of delegates looking for support from NICE to improve quality.
To book today and take advantage of our early bird rate please contact:
Besmir Selmani | T: +44 (0)20 3033 2019