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NHS Engagement Symposium for Pharma and Medtech

People, pathways, and payments – Mastering the key pillars of NHS engagement in 2023 - Book tickets for our NHS Engagement symposium

People, pathways, and payments – Mastering the key pillars of NHS engagement in 2023

We invite Pharma and Medtech market access professionals to join us and our guest speakers from across the NHS for our NHS Engagement symposium on Thursday 29th September 2022 at The View, Royal College of Surgeons, London.

Explore the key pillars of NHS engagement in 2023 with in-depth insight from those leading change in the NHS. Take your strategy to the next level so you can develop an engagement plan that meets the NHS’ needs.

What to expect at the symposium

The symposium will open with an overview of the evolving NHS landscape, where experts in our NHS Insight and Interaction team will identify the four key things you need to be aware of in order to engage successfully with health and social care next year. We will share some of the key changes currently being implemented across the NHS, what these mean for UK market access, and the importance of strategic planning for engaging successfully with healthcare decision makers.

We will then jump into our first panel discussion featuring senior decision makers from across the NHS. The panellists will explain the scope and responsibilities of decision makers, like themselves, in the new NHS structures by exploring their key objectives, how they are looking to drive change, their roles in decision-making, and where and how they interact with industry.

After a short break the panel will return to discuss how they want to engage with Pharma and Medtech and how industry can best support them in their new roles. We will ask them to consider different types of value offered by new technologies, such as those relating to workforce, capacity and budgets, and which resonate with them and the challenges and objectives they face.

Next, we will facilitate an in-depth discussion about finance and how the NHS perceives value with a senior NHS stakeholder. They will help us to follow the money and understand where and how this drives NHS decision-making.

Following a networking-lunch, we will return in the afternoon for an interactive session considering ‘Pathways of Care’. Guest NHS panellists will present an example from their experience of how patient and treatment pathways, for example, are shifting out of hospital into primary and community care. They will explore what these new pathways of care look like, how they are being implemented and the impact they have on where and how decisions are made.

The final session of the day will explore how the NHS views industry, its operations, and its regulatory environment. We will explore how the partnership between NHS and industry can be improved and how key principles for collaboration can be embedded within your engagement strategy.

We invite market access professionals from Pharma and Medtech to join us for this thought-provoking look at the changing NHS landscape and what this means for UK market access strategy and engagement.

Booking tickets and pricing:

Book your tickets today via Eventbrite at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/people-pathways-and-payments-mastering-the-key-pillars-of-nhs-engagement-tickets-353857235517

Ticket prices:

Tickets: Ticket prices (excluding VAT and booking fee)
Early Bird Individual Ticket (available until Thursday 18th August) £110
Individual Ticket £160

 

The symposium is open to all market access, patient access, field-based, and other healthcare professional‑facing teams in Pharmaceutical and Medtech companies. Mtech Access reserve the right to refuse ticket applications, in which case a full refund will be given.

Group discounts:

We are also offering discounts for groups of 5 or more colleagues from the same organisation, paying via invoice. Please complete this form to enquire about a group discount:

    Full agenda:

    Session details:

    9.30–10.00 Arrival, sign-in and networking
    10:00–10:20 Four key pillars for NHS engagement in 2023 – Identifying the four key things you need to be aware of in order to engage successfully with health and social care next year. Market access changes every year, and 2023 might see the most profound changes yet.
    10.20–11.00 Who are the new decision makers in the NHS? – The scope and responsibilities of new decision makers, their key objectives, how they are looking to drive change, their roles in decision-making, and where and how they interact with industry.
    11.00–11.20 Coffee break
    11.20–12.05 What is really valuable to new decision-makers? – Consideration of different types of value offered by new technologies, such as those relating to workforce, capacity and budgets, and how they resonate with decision makers and the challenges and objectives they face.
    12.10–12.45 What role does finance have in healthcare decision making? – We follow the money to understand how the NHS perceives value and the impact this has on decision-making.
    12.45–1.45 Networking lunch
    1.45–2.45 What are the opportunities for new pathways of care? – Examples of how patient and treatment pathways are shifting out of hospital into primary and community care, what these new pathways look like, how they are being implemented and the impact they have on where and how decisions are made.
    2.45–3.00 Coffee break
    3.00–3.45 How can the NHS and industry work better as partners? – We run a temperature check on how the NHS views industry, its operations, and its regulatory environment. We will explore how the partnership between NHS and industry can be improved and how key principles for collaboration can be embedded within your engagement strategy.
    3.45–4.00 Closing remarks

    The venue and how to get there:

    This year our symposium will be at The View conference room, situated on the 6th floor of The Royal College of Surgeons, London.

    Address:

    38–43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
    London
    WC2A 3PE

    Travelling to The Royal College of Surgeons:

    The Royal College of Surgeons is centrally located at Lincoln’s Inn Fields within easy walking distance of Holborn (Piccadilly and Central lines) and Temple (District and Circle Lines) underground stations. It is a short taxi or underground journey from most major rail stations. Two NCP car parks are situated nearby (Drury Lane and Bloomsbury Square).

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