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Maximising NHS capacity: achieving sustainable disease control in long-term conditions

12 Jun 2024
Charter 4
Best Practice Theatre , Collaboration & partnerships , Supporter session

More than 25 million people in England are living with at least one long-term condition (LTC). With £7 in every £10 spent on LTCs and 70 per cent of all bed days associated with these conditions, we need to explore new ways to free up capacity in hospitals, keep people well managed in the community and able to get back to work. Managing multiple conditions is a key priority for future healthcare delivery in the government’s Major Conditions Strategy but there are other solutions too.

This non-promotional session, funded by AbbVie, will look at how achieving disease control in LTCs is associated with significant cost savings and how improving referral pathways can release clinical time.

This session is supported by AbbVie

Richard Sloggett, Founder and Programme Director - Future Health
Arvind Kaul - St. George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Catrin Treharne, Principal, Health Economics Lead - LCP
David Thorne - Well Up North PCN
Todd Manning, VP & General Manager - AbbVie UK

Supported by AbbVie UK