DELIVERING THE FUTURE OF HEALTH AND CARE

27-28 June 2018 | ExCeL London

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Europe's largest integrated health and social care event,
building relationships between commissioners, providers and suppliers

Health+Care provides a platform for more than 10,000 senior health and social care professionals to come together to forge new partnerships and productive ways of working in challenging times.

The main focus is on the delivery of cultural, service, system and digital transformation that's essential to securing the future of health and social care systems. Health+Care is so unique because it gives colleagues from across the NHS, local government, care homes and the voluntary sector to come together on an equal footing to network, collaborate and share learning. The event’s aim is to deliver practicality allowing attendees to deliver real, impactful transformation across local health economies, drawing on the best examples and case studies that can be easily put into practice.

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  • This is one of the major industry events on the market, and it’s the best – there’s a lot more going on here than at other shows. We get to see a range of decision makers from both large and small businesses here. It provides a fantastic platform for winning business, raising awareness and getting direct leads. We’ve already booked for 2018!
    Access
  • The event has been really good. We’ve had some really good conversations. We’ve got a really rich audience while we are here – the CCGs we are able to get in front of and they don’t realise that we can help them. There’s so many things to see here, the speakers are really experienced and you can take a lot away from both the people that are here and the stands as well.
    Vision Health

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