25th - 26th April 2017 | London, UK
It’s no secret that the demands on the NHS are constantly evolving. Life expectancy is increasing and an ageing population puts greater pressure on both NHS and private healthcare services. Resources are stretched and, while the battle to increase NHS funding is fought in the House of Commons, those who manage hospitals across the UK are looking for new ways of increasing efficiency, reducing running costs and improving the delivery of patient services. Innovation is the key. Hospital Innovations will bring together key decision makers in hospital management teams who are collectively responsible for the delivery of patient services in the UK. Most importantly, we are working with the direction of some of the country’s leading NHS Trusts and organisations to provide a programme of interactive workshops and CPD sessions.
Taking place over two days at London’s Olympia on the 25 & 26 April, the event theme is ‘Innovative Technology in Support of Healthcare’ and promises to give visitors and delegates a unique experience. Hospital Innovations 2017 will demonstrate how innovation can be introduced rapidly into the working practice of healthcare estates and infrastructure to achieve efficiency and improved patient care. Lord Carter, Honorary Patron of IHEEM, will be giving the Keynote presentation at Hospital Innovations, and presenting the first ‘Carter Innovation Award’ during the proceedings. This will be given to the Trust or organisation that best represents the use of innovation to improve healthcare estates and infrastructure. Submissions for projects that can be considered for this new award are encouraged.
Full details can be found at www.hospital-innovations.com
Event venue: Olympia London, Hammersmith Rd, London W14 8UX
Organiser: Step Exhibitions Ltd