27 SEPTEMBER 2017 | OLYMPIA, LONDON

Procurement

 


ACHIEVING BEST VALUE PROCUREMENT THROUGH COMPETITION AND COLLABORATION

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ABOUT

Procurement in Healthcare connects the NHS with partners and suppliers as its seeks to leverage its purchasing power to achieve the best value of goods and services.

Who exhibits?

WHY TAKE PART


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Demonstrate how you can offer best value for the £9 billion NHS Trust expenditure on goods and services, including:

Meet and do business with procurement and supply chain professionals from at least 84% of NHS Trusts and Foundation Trusts to guarantee your products enter the supply chain catalogue

Ensure your company stands out from the crowd among the UK’s healthcare buying community of more than 1,200 hospitals and 7,875 GP practices

Be part of one of the largest exhibitions of leading healthcare suppliers

2017 HEADLINE SPEAKERS

Helen Lisle
Director of Procurement & Supplies and Immediate Past-Chair
Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Health Care Supply Association (HCSA)
Howard Blackith
Procurement Transformation Programme Director
Department of Health
Mandie Sunderland
Chief Nurse and Chair
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and NHS Clinical Evaluation Team
Gary Welch
Director of Procurement & Supply Chain and Chair
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & Shelford Procurement Group
Ian White
Programme Lead - Carter Procurement
NHS Improvement
Alyson Brett
Chief Executive Officer
NHS Commercial Solutions

2017 SUPPORTERS & CONTRIBUTORS

Registration

Registration for Procurement in Healthcare, as part of UK Health Show, opens in late spring 2017. However, you can register your interest today and we’ll make sure you are kept up-to-date with all the latest PIH and UK Health Show developments.

Complimentary delegate passes are offered to those attending from the NHS and wider public sector. If you are enquiring from the private sector or supply products/services to the healthcare sector, please contact Sharon Azam on 0161 211 3057 to discuss how to get involved.