Agenda – Day Two


Registration and Exhibition

08.30 - 10.00


HCSA AGM

09.00 - 10.00


Breakout Session: Delivering a Net Zero NHS – How can the NHS Procurement Function embed sustainability and social value in decision -making?

09.55 - 10.20

Louise Wall

e18 Consulting
Healthcare Industry Consultant

Sarah Holliehead

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
Head of Procurement

Keynote Session: Recognising the Value of Clinical Procurement in Action

10.00 - 10.40

Marcelle Tauber - Gilmore

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Clinical Procurement Lead Nurse

Clare Nash RN MSc

Black Country Alliance (BCA)
Head of Clinical Products Management

Liam Horkan

East Suffolk & North Essex NHS Foundation Trust
Head of Clinical Procurement

Breakout Session: CoCH Commercial Procurement Service.

10.20 - 10.45

Andrew O’Connor

Commercial Procurement Services
Director

Keynote Session: The Future of the NHS procurement

10.40 - 11.20

Preeya Bailie

NHS England & NHS Improvement
Director of Procurement Transformation and Commercial Delivery

Breakout Session: Working with ICS Clusters

11.10 - 11.35

Rachel Naylon

NHS Workforce Alliance
Procurement Director

David Downey

NHS Workforce Alliance
Head of Workforce

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

11.20 - 11.45

Ann Cole

Baxter Healthcare Ltd
Evolving Health Manager

Breakout Session: Delivering value in healthcare procurement - patient outcomes-based agreements and efficiencies in the patient treatment pathway. A supplier’s story…

11.35 - 12.00

Richard Evans

WL Gore & Associates (UK) Ltd
Health Economics and Value Strategy

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

11.45 - 12.25

Emma James

Nottingham University Hospitals
Director of Procurement & Supply Chain at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, HCSA National Council East Midlands Joint Regional Lead

Breakout Session: Sustainability - Reducing the Carbon Footprint of the Operating Theatres

12:00 - 12:25

Dan Gilpin

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Consultant Anaesthetist and Chair of Sustainable Theatres Group

Exhibition and Lunch

12.25 - 13.15


Driving collaboration and improved commercial outcomes through data and technology

13.15 - 13.55

Nils van de Winkel

NHS England and NHS Improvement
Head of Procurement Data & Performance Commercial Directorate

Breakout Session: The challenges & rewards of successfully implementing Inventory Management in line with Scan4Safety principles at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust

13.15 - 13.40

Ian Britcliffe

Ingenica Solutions
Director of Customer Engagement

Simon Bennett

Lancashire Procurement Cluster
Business Improvement Engineer

Breakout Session: Sustainability and Social Value in Practice

13.45 - 14.10

Mary Mundy

Capsticks Solicitors LLP
Partner

Keynote Session: DHCS Update

13.55 - 14.35

Melinda Johnson

Department of Health and Social Care
Commercial Director

Keynote Session: Reform, Recovery, Sustainability and Partnership

14.35 - 15.20

Sir David Nicholson KCB CBE

Chair Designate-Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust, current Chair of Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

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

15.20 - 15.55

Karen Conway

Global Healthcare Exchange (GHX)
Vice President, Healthcare Value

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.


Conference Closing Address

15.55 - 16.10

Keith Rowley

Chief Officer, HCSA
and Managing Director, North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative

HCSA 2021 Gala Dinner and Awards

19.45 - 23.30