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Health+Care 2015


H+C_2015_Logo_TEXTHealth+Care and the Commissioning Show returns to London’s ExCel on the 24 – 25 June 2015. Taking place just weeks after the General Election, the UK’s largest, must-attend social and primary care event, will provide a platform for the new health ministers to give their first public addresses to the sector. The ministers will be joined by hundreds of expert speakers who will help delegates examine how frontline innovations are improving care and creating a stronger market.


The 2015 event is made up of seven key strands that are central to the future of health and social care: Residential Care; Home Care; Integrated Care; Commissioning, run in partnership with NHSCC; Care Commissioning; Public Health and Technology First.

The Residential Care stream in particular will highlight how providers are working with commissioners to transform the sector’s role, offering vital services that balance cost, quality, choice and value-for-money in a developing market. The business building sessions, including: differentiating your care business to maximise your profitability and seven recruitment mistakes the residential care and nursing home sector is making, will help delegates improve the efficiency of their businesses and effectiveness of their care.

Bridget Warr, UK Care Home Association, chief executive, said: “This is an amazing event. It’s vast and gives people access to so much information. It’s enormously valuable for people to be able step away from their day to day roles and come to a show like this to learn from others in the industry.”

Highlights from the Integrated Care, Home Care and Residential Care streams include:

  • Improving the quality of social care through regulation – Andrea Sutcliffe, chief inspector of adult social care, CQC.
  •  The Care Act Debate – implications and compliance – speakers including Des Kelly OBE, National Care Forum, Dr Sam Bennett, Think Local Act Personal and Harold Bodmer, Adult Social Services, Norfolk County Council and ADASS.
  •  Next steps in dementia care – speakers including George McNamara, Alzheimer’s Society, Dr James Warner, Red & Yellow Care, Professor Martin Green, Care England and Andrea Sutcliffe, CQC.
  • Innovations in residential care – case studies – speakers including Sara McKee, Evermore Wellbeing and Catherine Murray-Howard, Community Integrated Care.

_BLB9990Speaking about last year’s show, Rt Hon Norman Lamb MP, said: “This conference, the largest of its kind, represents the change we need to see in our health and social care system. We need to think beyond the bricks and mortar of the separation of health and social care, and look to collaboration at a local level between all the players who are vital to our future success.”

There are over 400 exhibitors at this year’s show, giving those involved in care provision and delegates from both commissioning and providing organisations an unparalleled user-friendly experience in one convenient place. Over 350 speakers will deliver live case studies, debates and offer practical solutions to current challenges. The event has built on the hugely successful Commissioning Show and now, in its fifth year, Health+Care is an essential conference for all those interested in integrated care.

Why should health and care professionals attend the conference?

Health+Care returns in just a few weeks where over 8,000 senior care professionals and public health directors will gather for the


most important event in the care sector calendar. Your colleagues and peers will experience personalised advice, essential training and important sector updates on integrated care at Health+Care.

The world-class programme will feature 25 streams, designed to give you everything you need to run an efficient organisation, focused on providing high quality care.

Health+Care is the only chance this year to meet with and make key partnerships with professionals from the entire care spectrum, including public health directors, local authority leaders, 99% of all CCGs and care managers. They will all be in attendance to start taking a 360 approach to start implementing integrated care and early intervention strategies.


Health+Care is the only event in the UK tackle the massive changes effecting the whole health and social care sector:

ü  Discover how innovations are transforming the way residential and homecare sectors are extending and delivering services.

ü  Start implementing better preventative steps to reduce costly avoidable health issues.

ü  Make huge headways in providing more efficient care whilst increasing occupancy.

ü  Find out how new ways of working can reduce costs and improve outcomes.

ü  Develop and define the services you offer by building relationships with the largest network of Local Authorities and CCGs – at all Health+Care.

Complimentary delegate passes are available for NHS, public sector and qualified health professionals, but you do need to register in advance at




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