The Value in Healthcare Congress has been launched by HSJ this week to help meet the real world challenges faced by NHS leaders.
The event has been created for those NHS leaders responsible for developing and delivering change programmes across a wide range of healthcare activity. The programme embraces the priorities of clinical and non-clinical departments in both providers and commissioners.
Value in Healthcare is different from traditional healthcare conferences in two distinct ways:
- The content of all the sessions is drawn from winning or shortlisted entries to one of HSJ’s awards programmes;
- Each of the sessions features three presentations followed by an hour long workshop allowing participants to ask questions and debate issues. Attendance is limited to 50 people per session.
The huge year on year increase in submissions demonstrates the faith the service is placing in the awards
HSJ editor Alastair McLellan said: “The entries to HSJ’s three awards programmes constitute the largest collection of best practice in the NHS and the huge year on year increase in submissions demonstrates the faith the service is placing in the awards. The shortlisted and winning entries have all been chosen by judges whose deep experience means they understand what the NHS needs to do to better serve its patients and users.”
Mr McLellan added: “The Congress sessions will allow delegates to really engage with significant projects which have been delivered by peers operating in very similar situations as themselves – with all the time and cost constraints that sometimes involves. They will learn from both these project’s successes and failures, including how to win backing for their ideas from their board colleagues and other important stakeholders”.
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HSJ's new event will help deliver change in the NHS