Agenda – Day Two
Registration and Exhibition
Breakout Session: Delivering a Net Zero NHS – How can the NHS Procurement Function embed sustainability and social value in decision -making?
Keynote Session: Recognising the Value of Clinical Procurement in Action
Marcelle Tauber - Gilmore
Clare Nash RN MSc
Breakout Session: CoCH Commercial Procurement Service.
Keynote Session: The Future of the NHS procurement
Breakout Session: Working with ICS Clusters
This session we share our relationship management plan on a national level, get some live insights, and open up a Q&A
Keynote Session: Redefining Relationships – Delivering Redesigned Services in Practice
Breakout Session: Delivering value in healthcare procurement - patient outcomes-based agreements and efficiencies in the patient treatment pathway. A supplier’s story…
This session will explore examples of value-based agreements and other ways W.L. Gore & Associates adds value to the NHS and the patients we all serve.
Keynote Session: Trust Update
Breakout Session: Sustainability - Reducing the Carbon Footprint of the Operating Theatres
Exhibition and Lunch
Driving collaboration and improved commercial outcomes through data and technology
Nils van de Winkel
Breakout Session: The challenges & rewards of successfully implementing Inventory Management in line with Scan4Safety principles at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
Breakout Session: Sustainability and Social Value in Practice
Keynote Session: DHCS Update
Keynote Session: Reform, Recovery, Sustainability and Partnership
Sir David Nicholson KCB CBE
Reform: the importance of procurement in ICSs. Recovery: increasing capacity to meet demand. Sustainability: Value Based Procurement and Net Zero. Partnerships: what is required to achieve success
Keynote Session: Supporting Pandemics, People, Populations and the Planet: The Role of Procurement and Supply Chain
The Covid-19 pandemic opened the world’s eyes to a multitude of critical issues, from supply and staffing shortages to the challenges in ensuring health equity and environmental sustainability. While each of these issues alone can seem insurmountable, procurement leaders and supply chain professionals are uniquely positioned to make a positive difference on all fronts. Learn how the U.S. is approaching these existential threats, including what it can learn from the NHS’s pursuit of carbon neutrality, and how supply chain is leading many of these efforts.