DELIVERING THE FUTURE OF HEALTH AND CARE

27-28 June 2018 | ExCeL London

27 - 28 June 2018 | Excel London

27 - 28 June 2018 | Excel London

Why visit Health + Care

The home for Health, Care and Digital professionals!

Health+Care prides itself on being the largest integrated event of its kind, building relationships between commissioners, providers and suppliers.

The event is a rare opportunity for 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 around implementing change.

With a comprehensive programme that will not only give you an overview of what the future looks like for you and  those you care for, but unlike any other conference, we will focus on giving you the tools to make changes NOW, helping you shape the future or your organisation.

Choose Your Sector

  • “I have been coming here for two years and really enjoy the different stands and choices. The topics and speakers were very useful. This is a big show with lots of variety, I would highly recommend it.”
    IT and Digital Manager
    NHS Waltham Forest CCG
  • “This panel has a great balance across Health, Digital and care and a good gender balance too, which sadly is unusual.”
    Associate Director of Digital Transformation
    NHS South, Central and West CSU
  • “I am finding the event very useful, there are a lot of different connections I can make. The stands are really interesting, with a good diverse set of people of talk to and I am very much enjoying it. I go to lots of events but this is certainly a very large scale with lots of different perspectives.”
    Service Director for Communities
    Wakefield Council

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