About this Event
Join Members of Parliament, NHS and council leaders, representatives of regional government, industry and the third sector for a unique seminar in Birmingham with keynote speakers:
- Andy Street – Mayor of the West Midlands
- Preet Kaur Gill MP – Shadow Minister and MP for Edgbaston
- Paulette Hamilton MP – Health and Social Care Select Committee
- Professor Sir Bruce Keogh – Chair, Birmingham Women and Children’s Trust
- Amanda Sullivan – CEO, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire ICB
- Naomi Eisenstadt CB – Chair, Northamptonshire ICB
- Tapiwa Mtemachani – Director of Strategic Transformation, Black Country ICB
- Michelle McManus – Director of Transformation and Place Development, Walsall Together
- Kerrie Allward – Director of Adult Social Care, Walsall Council
- Connie Jennings – Director of Stronger Communities, WHG
As the only meeting of its kind in the UK, the Integrating Healthcare Seminar series brings together Members of Parliament, Councillors and NHS Leaders to showcase examples of best practice and case studies for others to learn from.
This special ‘Integrating Healthcare’ Midlands Seminar –will focus on improving population health, addressing health inequalities and specific therapeutic areas.
All content from the event will be fed into NHS England so that your views are heard at the highest level.
For a fireside discussion, we are pleased to welcome Professor Sir Bruce Keogh and Naomi Eisenstadt CB, talking about How Providers and Commissioners Collaborate to Drive Improved Outcomes. They are keen to hear from you as NHS leaders about your views and thoughts. They want to find out your views and see what more can be done to implement their reviews in practice.
Network with and hear from thought leaders on how the UK can integrate healthcare and improve outcomes across the region and the wider UK.
In partnership with NHS England and the AHSN networks, you will hear the latest in exciting case studies that are transforming the nature of care at a local level.
This event is in partnership with global human data sciences company, IQVIA and population health data platform, Vuit.
To apply to join us at the event live, please complete the application form.
There will be teas and coffees upon your arrival, as well as a coffee break between 15:50pm-16:20pm.
Following the panel discussions there will be a networking reception from 18:00pm-19:00pm.
If you have any questions about the event, please contact us at [email protected]
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
IET Birmingham: Austin Court, 80 Cambridge Street, Birmingham, United Kingdom