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A New Strategy for NHS Procurement: Maximising benefits and opportunities


17th April 2012
Manchester Conference Centre


Are you interested in the future of procurement in the NHS?

Interested in hearing about a New Strategy for NHS Procurement?


The Department of Health has been working closely with the NHS to draw up a new strategy for NHS procurement which will be published by 31st March 2012

A New Strategy for NHS Procurement will help launch this initiative and engage with all parts of the NHS, both to brief delegates on the day and to promote discussion about how it can be implemented - the implications and in particular how the savings can be achieved

Now in its fourth year this event has established itself as one of the leading NHS Procurement events

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Speakers confirmed to date:

John Warrington, Deputy Director, Procurement, Investment and Commercial Division, Department of Health
?The new NHS procurement strategy?

Catherine Beardshaw, Chief Executive, Fazakerley Hospital
?Leadership and accountability in the NHS?

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath, President, Health Care Supply Association and Chairman, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust
?Stepping up to the plate: engagement with industry to secure innovation and value?

Chris Tulloch, Orthopaedic Consultant, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust
"Tackling the cost of clinical technology?

Aaron Cummins,Chair, Foundation Trust Network Finance Directors Forum, and Director of Finance, The Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
?Procurement in lean times?

Our Conference Chair

Colin Cram
, Former Chief Executive, North West Centre of Excellence and Director, Marc1

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A New Strategy for NHS Procurement: Maximising benefits and opportunities will address the key issues, with a summary of the strategy, the role of leadership in ensuring delivery, addressing clinical technology and how different approaches can deliver substantial savings without risk to patients

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