Welcome to Health+Care 2015
Driving quality, integration & person-centred care
Health+Care returns to Excel, London on the 24 - 25 June 2015.
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME NOW LIVE
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.
Services are being re-modelled and integrated with a view to improving their efficiency and quality. People want seamless, person-centred services when they move through health and social care pathways. So, the barriers are being brought down, and it has significant implications for how commissioners, care providers, clinicians, social care and public health professionals work.
They can find out how at Health+Care. Register for your tickets here
The largest national event for health and care professionals provides a world class learning and networking environment. Over 300 speakers will deliver 'live' case studies, insightful debates and offer practical solutions to current challenges.
Just post the General Election, Health+Care will host new ministerial speakers, who will be giving their first public addresses to the sector at the conference. It doesn't matter who will be saying it, they'll be saying it at Health+Care.
The keynote sessions will cover everything from innovative projects, organisational development, and governance advice to new legislation and regulation, and workforce development. But, it's not just about integration.
One event. Seven shows
When you register to attend Health+Care your badge will give you access to all seven shows - register now
Each offers high quality advice from leading experts on driving efficiency and improving performance, with a focus on sharing innovation and best practice.
The Commissioning Show | Integrated Care Conference | The Residential Care Show | The Home Care Show | Public Health | Care Commissioning | Technology First
Conference streams: Public Health, Health and Wellbeing Boards, Social Work Progress, Early Intervention and Personalisation, Integrating Mental Health, General Practice, Co Commissioning and Out of Hospital Care.