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Annual Conference 2016 | Final places remaining

Just 2 weeks left to register. With Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England.                                                            Can't see this email properly?

The King's Fund | Annual Conference 2016: Tackling the main health and care priorities | Wednesday 9 November 2016

Dear ,

With only two weeks left to register, don't miss the opportunity to learn how to tackle the main issues affecting health and social care. This year's agenda is full of insight and ideas on: sustaining existing services and standards of care; developing new and better models of care; and tackling these challenges by reforming the NHS ‘from within’.          

Simon Stevens

Chief Executive, NHS England

Lord Victor Adebowale

Chief Executive, Turning Point and Non-Executive Director, NHS England

Marianne Griffiths

Chief Executive, Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP

Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP

Secretary of State for Health, Department of Health

Dr Stephen J Swensen, Medical Director at Mayo Clinic (United States), will talk about delivering high-quality, compassionate care in a multispecialty and integrated organisation. 

You'll learn common strategies that high-performing health care organisations cultivate and will see how to foster innovation, anticipate change and address complex challenges. 

Dr Stephen J Swensen

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