Sustainability and Transformation Plans workshop in London

When: 19 / 5 / 2016 10am - 19 / 5 / 2016 1.30pm

When: 19 / 5 / 2016 10am - 19 / 5 / 2016 1.30pm
Where: King's Venues
Address: King's College London
Strand Campus
London
WC2R 2LS
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NHS Partners Network will be holding two workshops in May 2016, chaired by Dame Barbara Hakin, looking at how independent sector organisations can support local health economies deliver an effective Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP).

The workshops will build on the commitments made in November’s Spending Review on encouraging long-term partnerships between NHS and private sector organisations and provide colleagues from across both sectors with a valuable opportunity to hear from expert speakers and to network between each other. The events will also be a broader opportunity for NHS leaders to meet with independent sector CEOs and consider how the two sectors can collaborate across areas such as capital investment, diagnostic imaging, Carter efficiencies, acute care collaborations and new care models. 

Event details

1.    Thursday 19 May, 10am – 1:30pm, The Great Hall, King's Venues, King's College London, Strand Campus, London, WC2R 2LS

2.    Tuesday 24 May, 10am – 2:00pm, Horizon Leeds, 2 Brewery Wharf, Kendell Street, Leeds, LS10 1JR 

For more information and to register your interest please email sejal.patel@nhsconfed.org.

EVENT CONTACT DETAILS

Sejal Patel
sejal.patel@nhsconfed.org
02077998678

When:
19 / 5 / 2016 10am - 19 / 5 / 2016 1.30pm
Where: King's Venues
Address:
King's College London
Strand Campus
London
WC2R 2LS
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