NHS England and NHS Improvement (stand N30)

NHS England’s Primary Care and System Transformation team will be on hand to talk to you about how and why NHS organisations and local councils across England are working together to transform, design and deliver health and care services so that every person is supported by health and care professionals acting as one team from organisations working as one system.

Our health and care needs today are different from those the current health and care system was designed to address and therefore we must adapt to these changes. NHS organisations and local councils in England are joining forces to integrate services and to invest in ways to prevent illness and keep people out of hospital. Their aim is that people can live healthier lives and get the care and treatment they need, in the right place, at the right time.

Visit the team on stand N30 to hear from colleagues and find out how we are working together with local government to deliver on the commitments made in the Long-term plan and how every health and care leader can play their part in transforming services for patients.

Clinical Improvement (Stand P30)

NHS RightCare is exhibiting at the event in collaboration with Getting It Right First Time and the NHS Elective Care Transformation Programme. The cohesive aim of these three complementary programmes is to provide full system patient care to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients and securing the most efficient use of resources to create a sustainable NHS. Each programme is clinically-led, and together they help identify opportunities to reduce unwarranted variation, aiming to remove barriers to care, across all local health and social care systems in England.

Visit the stand (P30) to find out more about the programmes and how NHS RightCare takes an evidence-based approach to tackle unwarranted variation and improve health outcomes.

NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (stand Q15)

The NHS Diabetes Programme is a joint venture from NHS England, Public Health England and Diabetes UK. It has three key priorities; working to improve outcomes for people living with diabetes, exploring digital technologies as a way to support them and providing an integrated approach to tackling Type 2 diabetes prevention.

GP Chirag Bakhai, Primary Care Advisor to the NHS Diabetes Programme, will be delivering the keynote speech on 27 June discussing all thing prevention and diabetes; two of the key themes in the NHS Long Term Plan which sets out a range of improvements for those at risk of Type 2 diabetes and living with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, many of which we have already started to implement with our partners across the health system.