NHSPN holds a number of regular meetings and events for members and non-members throughout the year. See below for more details.
Thursday 16 November: A conversation with Stephen Dorrell
On 16 November NHS Partners Network will be holding "A conversation with Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell", a joint event with Capsticks, from 4.00pm - 5.30pm, followed by a drinks reception in central London.
With Stephen’s extensive experience as a former longstanding Conservative Member of Parliament, Health Secretary, Chair of the Commons Health Select Committee and now Chair of the NHS Confederation, this event - chaired by NHS Partners Network’s Chief Executive David Hare - will be an opportunity to hear Stephen’s thoughts on what’s in store for the new Parliament and what that means for the health and care system including the role of the private and voluntary sectors within the NHS. To register your attendance please contact email@example.com.
Thursday 30 November: NHSPN Annual Partnerships Summit 2017
The NHS Partners Network will be holding its third NHS Partnerships Summit on 30 November 2017 at The Law Society, Central London.
With the NHS now working towards delivering the Five Year Forward View action plan there is a growing need for all parts of the NHS to come together to ensure that the triple aims of improved population health, quality of care and cost-control can be realised. The 2017 Partnerships Summit will be an opportunity to learn about what is being done in different parts of the country to deliver the triple aims and to hear from national leaders about how they are supporting the system to transition to new ways of working including the development of Accountable Care Systems. For more information please visit www.nhsconfed.org/events/2017/11/nhspn-summit-2017
Member only events
These are held regularly throughout the year, for members to get together and hear from high-level speakers on topical issues. We also hold meetings to update members on the progress that we are making on our work plan. For further information on upcoming meetings, please contact Sejal.Patel@nhsconfed.org.
The Clinical Forum focuses on elements of clinical care and regulation relating to NHS patients. It also provides the primary interface for the sector with the Care Quality Commission. For further information on upcoming meetings, please contact Sejal.Patel@nhsconfed.org.
NHSPN’s Finance Forum considers financial policy developments and financial issues that are relevant to our members including funding new care models and the development of the National Tariff. The Finance Forum liaises regularly with NHS Improvement’s pricing and costing team as well as senior figures from NHS England and the Department of Health. For further information on upcoming meetings, please contact Sejal.Patel@nhsconfed.org.
NHSPN’s HR Forum gives HR leads a platform to come together and discuss common issues including workforce planning. The Forum is also the main interface for the sector with Health Education England and is run jointly with AIHO and supported by Bevan Brittan. For further information on upcoming meetings, please contact Sejal.Patel@nhsconfed.org.
Independent Sector Communications Group
The Independent Sector Communications Group provides a unique forum for communications and marketing leads from NHSPN’s member organisations. This forum gives members an opportunity to help shape cross-sector communications and marketing strategies, engage with senior level speakers on current issues and meet colleagues from other member organisations to share views and ideas. For further information on upcoming meetings, please contact Sejal.Patel@nhsconfed.org.
The NHSPN’s IT Council provides an environment to raise strategic IT and information management issues and requirements for the attention of NHS Digital, the Department of Health, NHS England and other national organisations. For further information on upcoming meetings, please contact Sejal.Patel@nhsconfed.org.