Current Conferences and Events

Tuesday 11th September, QEII Centre, London SW1P 3EE

The single supplier, centrally managed 10 year contract for network services known as N3 has now ceased and its replacement, HSCN (Health and Social Care Network), is now live with suppliers already migrating customers from the old network onto the new network. The HSCN is designed to support the aspirations set out by the Department of Health and NHS England through the National Information Board – Personalised Care 2020 and NHS England Five Year Forward View. It aims to establish a standards-based approach to network services that will better enable interoperability between health and care organisations and create a competitive marketplace for the supply and consumption of network services.

Following on from the recent highly successful HSCN Summits we are working once again in partnership with the team at NHS Digital to deliver the next two summits. In order to benefit from the momentum that will have built it has been agreed with NHS Digital to stage these summits in September.

In light of this we will be gathering circa 350 stakeholders from the NHS, social care organisations, local authorities and the wider public sector to the 2018 HSCN Summits. These events will be hosted in Westminster and Leeds on the 11th and 18th September.

Previous HSCN Summits have focussed primarily on an introduction to HSCN, technical presentations, plus the migration and procurement processes. The 2018 summits will continue to focus on the migrations and procurement awards process that will be ongoing until at least 2020.  However, we will also be addressing benefit realisation from HSCN via overlay services etc and associated technologies, incident management, plus case study presentations from early adopters.

High level speakers from NHS Digital, CCS and Innopsis will address the delegates in morning and afternoon plenaries. In a new feature for this year’s Summits we will be dispensing with the traditional Q and A session and replacing this with an HSCN Clinic where delegates will be able to talk to the NHS digital team on a range of issues in a relaxed environment at the end of the summit.

If you wish to hear the latest HSCN updates and guidelines, view current case studies, liaise with your peers, meet with a large number of HSCN compliant suppliers or simply address any issues that you may have around your own transition to the HSCN then register now for your FREE public sector place at the official HSCN South Summit 2018.


For more information, please visit http://hscnsouth2018.publicsectorconnect.org

Tuesday 18th September, Royal Armouries, LS10 1LT

The single supplier, centrally managed 10 year contract for network services known as N3 has now ceased and its replacement, HSCN (Health and Social Care Network), is now live with suppliers already migrating customers from the old network onto the new network. The HSCN is designed to support the aspirations set out by the Department of Health and NHS England through the National Information Board – Personalised Care 2020 and NHS England Five Year Forward View. It aims to establish a standards-based approach to network services that will better enable interoperability between health and care organisations and create a competitive marketplace for the supply and consumption of network services.

Following on from the recent highly successful HSCN Summits we are working once again in partnership with the team at NHS Digital to deliver the next two summits. In order to benefit from the momentum that will have built it has been agreed with NHS Digital to stage these summits in September.

In light of this we will be gathering circa 350 stakeholders from the NHS, social care organisations, local authorities and the wider public sector to the 2018 HSCN Summits. These events will be hosted in Westminster and Leeds on the 11th and 18th September.

Previous HSCN Summits have focussed primarily on an introduction to HSCN, technical presentations, plus the migration and procurement processes. The 2018 summits will continue to focus on the migrations and procurement awards process that will be ongoing until at least 2020.  However, we will also be addressing benefit realisation from HSCN via overlay services etc and associated technologies, incident management, plus case study presentations from early adopters.

High level speakers from NHS Digital, CCS and Innopsis will address the delegates in morning and afternoon plenaries. In a new feature for this year’s Summits we will be dispensing with the traditional Q and A session and replacing this with an HSCN Clinic where delegates will be able to talk to the NHS digital team on a range of issues in a relaxed environment at the end of the summit.

If you wish to hear the latest HSCN updates and guidelines, view current case studies, liaise with your peers, meet with a large number of HSCN compliant suppliers or simply address any issues that you may have around your own transition to the HSCN then register now for your FREE public sector place at the official HSCN North Summit 2018.


For more information, please visit http://hscnnorth2018.publicsectorconnect.org

Tuesday 20th November, One Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AA


In advance of preparing the agenda for NHS Property 2018 we conducted a survey of property professionals who had attended the conferences in previous years. The results will form the core themes that will be addressed in this, the seventh year of this influential and informative event.

Already it is clear that closer working between NHS England and NHS Improvement, as announced earlier this year, is being closely watched and will have some bearing on the direction that
NHS Property 2018 will take.

Feedback indicates that key areas for discussion will centre on the following themes:

- Options on routes to secure funding
- Joint development
- The launch of 'sessional space'
- Topical legal issues
- Aligning estate strategy with service and patient needs
- The changing nature of healthcare delivery
- Integrated Care Organisations and STPs - impacts on estate strategy

Plenary speakers Dr Sue O'Connell, CEO of Community Health Partnerships and Elaine Hewitt, CEO of NHS Property Services will be joined by senior speakers from a range of NHS organisations and solution providers to deliver vital content to inform and meet the interests and needs of delegates.  There will time during the day for delegates to network with their peers and meet with and question speakers and solution providers.
 


For more information, please visit http://nhsproperty18.publicsectorconnect.org
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HSCN Summit South 2018

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HSCN Summit North 2018

Tuesday 18th September
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