Health conference 2018: moving towards a transformed NHS

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Haldenby, Andrew
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23 May 2018
Social Policy, Health Services, Social Work, Social Care and Social Services
Social welfare
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On the 23 May 2018, Reform held it’s annual health conference on ‘Moving towards a transformed NHS’. The keynote speech was delivered by James Sanderson, Director of Personalised Care at NHS England, on implementing a comprehensive model for personalised care. This was followed by four panels looking at ‘Healthcare transformation through technology’, ‘The role of data sharing in spreading innovation’ and ‘The new NHS: a model for integrated, out-of-hospital care’.

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