Quality conference 2017
Date 08 June 2017
Venue The King's Fund
Quality culture: Our collective mindset for high value care
This year’s quality conference looks at quality through the lens of the provider board, asking how best we can meet the challenge of ensuring high quality care under unprecedented pressure, while rapidly transforming healthcare delivery for the future.
The event will explore how NHS quality culture can be embedded, adaptable and resilient, supporting greater collaboration and innovation to improve care. Plenary sessions will explore the progress and challenges for NHS provider boards in delivering greater personalisation and more sustainable population healthcare; board leadership behaviour changes to improve quality and safety; organisational determinants and context for quality and innovation in quality culture and patient safety within mental health, maternity services and end of life care.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Professor Sir Muir Gray, director of the value based healthcare programme, University of Oxford
- Professor Judith Smith, professor of health policy and management and director of health services management centre, University of Birmingham
Visit the event pages to see full details of the programme, which starts at 9am and finishes at 4pm.
This event is aimed at NHS Provider member chairs, chief executives, non-executive directors, medical and nursing directors, chief operating officers, and strategy directors.