The Value in Healthcare Congress has identified 12 key themes for its inaugural event.
The congress aims to help meet the specific service improvement needs of NHS clinical leaders and senior managers.
The event will take place in Manchester on 24 May and has been designed to be different from traditional healthcare events in two distinct ways:
- The content of every session is drawn from winning or shortlisted entries to one of HSJ’s awards programmes – the largest collection of recent and validated best practice in the NHS.
- Each of the sessions features three best practice presentations followed by intensive, facilitated discussion to allow participants to seek the information most relevant to them.
Watch: HSJ editor Alastair McLellan on the Value in Healthcare Congress
The 36 projects have been placed in 12 streams. The sessions are repeated during the day.
The 12 streams are: workforce efficiency; acute service redesign; specialist service redesign; primary care innovation; mental health; pharmacy and medicines optimisation; data and information; telehealth; clinical support services; estates management; procurement; using technology to improve efficiency; and