Join the UK’s largest gathering of Senior Healthcare Managers, Directors, C-Suite and Clinicians working in all sectors of the NHS, public health, VCSE and private sector, returning to the ExCeL London on 26-27 April 2023.
Book your place for The Healthcare Show 2023
Why you should attend The Healthcare Show
The NHS has faced up to many challenges but nothing has come close to the impact of Covid-19. Healthcare workers have risen to the challenge by risking their lives to protect the nation.
Recover, reset, restore
It is imperative that the progress achieved in the last decade, particularly in areas such as mental health and cancer, are not undone. Entering the pandemic, the NHS had a long term plan the whole sector was behind that provided a credible road map for the future.
Learning from Covid-19 is pivotal and there is so much best practice and critical experiences that need to be shared and adopted across the system.
The Healthcare Show in 2023 provides that long-awaited opportunity for the NHS to come together to reflect, respond and re-organise in the face of the monumental challenge it has endured over the past two years.
This is your event to share your stories; a platform to talk about your successes; your opportunity to learn best practice from your peers, and your chance to have your voice heard amongst the largest, senior gathering of UK healthcare leaders.
Be part of this timely, inspiring, and reinvigorating event that will leave you refreshed and with renewed purpose for the challenges ahead.
The Healthcare Show 2023 features
INTEGRATED CARE SYSTEMS
Find out how CCGs are successfully joining forces with NHS trusts and local authorities to provide improved, population health driven models of care for their local areas.
Learn from leading providers on how they’re rising to the challenge of transforming their organisations and the care they provide against a backdrop of unprecedented demand and financial pressures.
Explore how PCNs are linking into ICSs and providing strong, stable and sustainable at scale general practice and primary care for their local populations.
Meet your colleagues from local authorities and learn how fruitful partnerships between all aspects of health and social care can deliver improved outcomes and efficiencies for the whole sector.