Beyond hospitals: how do we truly transform healthcare?

16 Jun 2022
The Auditorium
Quality & clinical improvement

This is a forward-looking session taking a long-term view on trends and likely developments in society, the economy, and health and care.

This chaired panel discussion will look at some of the long-term trends that will impact the NHS and how we might want to prepare, using three key discussion areas:

  1. Looking back to look forward: what shifts in the demographics and attitudes of the people the NHS serves that means it may be time to adapt its population profile?

  2. Interaction between the person and the service: how is the relationship between the health and care system and populations developing? How have expectations and interactions changed over time and what does this mean for future of care?

  3. Practical opportunities and solutions: based on the shifts discussed, what are the opportunities and benefits of greater integration and moving service access closer to home that meet the new population profile and how they interact with healthcare?

Matthew Winn, Director Community Health - NHS England and NHS Improvement - NHS England and NHS Improvement
Dan Harman, Consultant Community Geriatrician - City Health Care Partnership CIC
Jennifer Dixon CBE, Chief Executive - The Health Foundation
Juliet Bouverie - Richmond Group of Charities
Stephen Powis, National Medical Director - NHS England/Improvement