The Future of Healthcare is a national conference being held in London on 27 October 2022, addressing arguably the country’s most pressing policy issue: the future of UK healthcare.
The Coronavirus pandemic has highlighted how a health crisis can shake the foundations of our National Health Service, impacting the population and country as a whole and bringing our former ways of life to a halt. It has also shown how cross sector collaboration and addressing inequalities are key to response and recovery. And, while the UK has been occupied with this immediate challenge, Covid-19 has also emphasised the other urgent public health matters that need attention. Health and care will be central to much of our future policy thinking, whether in innovation, technology, multilateral cooperation, economic growth, or the mitigation of climate change.
At this time of unprecedented crisis, bold, fresh policy thinking is more urgent than ever. The New Statesman, Britain’s leading political weekly, has been at the forefront of policy debate since its founding in 1913. With our Future of Healthcare Conference, The New Statesman and its Spotlight supplement will convene leaders from policy, business and academia to discuss the future of the UK’s health policy in the aftermath of the pandemic.
Through one-on-one interviews, panel discussions and live Q&As, eminent experts will discuss topics including big data in healthcare; the role of social care; the importance of mental health; as well as new strategies and approaches for tackling diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer’s.
- Standard Conference Pass - Free*
- Industry Provider Conference Pass - £2495 exc VAT**
** This event is free-to-attend for public and third sector professionals, policy specialists and healthcare researchers, practitioners and leaders.
** Price for those providing commercial services to the healthcare sector: £2,495 + VAT.