Commissioning 2015

  • 39182 hours of conversation
    39182 hours of conversation
    97% of all CCGs, 100% of all Area Teams and 100% of all CSUs are represented at the show, with nearly all the NHS providers expected in 2015
  • Face-to-face
    You'll meet more people and learn more in two days at the show, than you could from months of research. Join us at the show and have conversations the way they should be, face-to-face.
  • Largest innovation floor
    Largest innovation floor
    With 89% of stand space already sold the sourcing floor will host more 400 exhibitors showcasing innovation and new products and services than ever before
    GREAT NEWS: We’ve changed the way we put the programme together on the website, making it far more dynamic and digestible. You can now search the programme by theatre, stream and now by your organisation, job title and key areas of interest and made it easier for you to find...
    Commissioning will host a world class panel of speakers from across the entire 360 care pathway, who are experts in their fields or have trialled new ideas and are now championing new thinking and innovative approaches to lack of budgets and growing workload.
    It doesn't matter who will be saying it after the election in May, they will be saying it at Commissioning first.
  • Welcome to Commissioning
    Welcome to Commissioning
    The Commissioning Show is the largest national event for the health care sector and its co-location with Health+Care makes it a true live reflection of what the health and social care sector are trying to achieve in the UK. 4637 of the most senior professionals joined us in 2014
  • World class conferences
    World class conferences
    The Commissioning Show conference programme is second to none. Packed with first class case studies, Q&A's keynotes and debates delivered by leaders and expert from every area of the 360 care pathway

Welcome to Commissioning 2015

Driving quality, integration & person-centred care

There is only one Commissioning Show and it returns as part of Health+Care, to Excel, London on the 24 - 25 June 2015.

Providing a world class learning, and inspirational networking environment for everyone involved in the delivery of health care, the largest national event for the health care sector will be even better, streamlined and personal than ever.

Register for your complimentary ticket here now


GREAT NEWS: We’ve changed the way we put the programme together on the website, making it far more dynamic and digestible. You can now search the programme by theatre, stream and now by your organisation, job title and key areas of interest and made it easier for you to find the right sessions for you.

2015 is another landmark year for health and social care. No one needs reminding that we have a General Election and new Government on the horizon, a new vision for the NHS to get cracking on and the ever-present spectre of a £30 billion deficit. Setting aside the longer-term vision, the NHS has an immediate A&E crisis and 2015/16 is predicted to be one of its toughest financial years on record.

In the midst of all this, Commissioning 2015 is perfectly timed in June to cover all the big issues that are impacting on your organisations, services, staff and patients.  The programme will include high-level debate and analysis on the future of the NHS and social care under the new Government, case studies from the vanguard sites that are trailblazing new models of care across the system and best practice examples of delivering more accessible, high quality, cost-effective services centred round the needs of patients.

There will also be highly interactive sessions focussing on topics like the Better Care Fund, Co-commissioning, patient activation, integrating mental health, harnessing new technology and care of the frail and elderly. This is the conference to attend to get up to speed post-election, to be educated and inspired by your peers, and to find out how the NHS Five Year Forward View is reshaping the health and care landscape.

Post election The Commissioning Show will host the latest ministerial speakers, who will giving one of their first public addresses to the sector at the conference.

When you register to attend Commissioning your badge will give you access to all the seven shows of Health+Care if you wish.

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2015 Speakers include
  • Alan Lotinga
    Alan Lotinga
    Service Director for Health and Wellbeing
    Birmingham City Council and Chair of the Birmingham Adult Safeguarding Board
  • Bob Ricketts CBE
    Bob Ricketts CBE
    Director of Commissioning Support Services Strategy
    NHS England
  • Clare Marx
    Clare Marx
    First Female President
    Royal College of Surgeons
  • Dave Sweeney
    Dave Sweeney
    Director of Transformation
    NHS Halton CCG & Halton LA
  • Dr Mark Temple
    Dr Mark Temple
    Future Hospital Officer
  • Dr Partha Kar
    Dr Partha Kar
    Consultant Diabetologist
    Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Professor Heather Tierney-Moore OBE
    Professor Heather Tierney-Moore OBE
    Chief Executive
    Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust
  • Steve Kell
    Steve Kell
    Co-Chair of NHSCC Board and NHS Bassetlaw CCG
    Vice-Chair of Nottinghamshire Health and Wellbeing Board
  • Tamsyn Anderson
    Tamsyn Anderson
    North Cornwall Governing Body GP
    NHS Kernow CCG
  • Tim Kelsey
    Tim Kelsey
    National Director for Patients and Information
    NHS England
  • Tim Moorhead
    Tim Moorhead
    Sheffield CCG and Board Member, NHSCC
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