PRLog - April 18, 2012 - LONDON -- “The Health and Social Care Act will deliver more power to clinicians, it will put patients at the heart of the NHS, and it will reduce the costs of bureaucracy. We now have an opportunity to secure clinical leadership to deliver improving quality and outcomes; better results for patients is our objective.”
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Rt Hon Andrew Lansley CBE MP, Secretary of State for Health
The Health and Social Care Act triggers a radical restructuring for the NHS in England; this conference provides an opportunity to tackle the fundamental realities facing health and social care professionals in 2013.
Capita’s National Implementing the Health and Social Care Act Conference, taking place in London this June, brings together senior leaders across the health and social care sectors to provide insight into how the key features of the act are being put into practice and how to effectively manage the transition.
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain practical and strategic guidance on:
Role of clinical commissioning groups (CCGs)
Growing competition between services and creating greater patient choice and involvement
Integrating health and social care to improve public health
Achieving increased efficiency, accountability and innovation across the NHS
Rt Hon Simon Burns MP, Minister of State for Health
Keynote: Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell MP, Chair, Commons Health Committee
Chair: Nicholas Hicks, Director of Public Health, NHS Milton Keynes
This crucial event provides practical advice and case study led experience to enable you to meet the challenges ahead.
Contact: Richard Goddard on 020 7960 7719 or richard.goddard@
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