With the development of Primary Care Networks (PCNs), implementation of the new GP contract and a focus on greater collaboration, primary care is at the start of a process to drive delivery of joined up care across local areas.
Best Practice 2019 will be bringing together more than 5,700 healthcare professionals, at Birmingham NEC on Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 October, at the UK’s largest event for general practice and primary care. This year’s event follows the most radical set of primary care reforms in over 15 years and will cover workforce, finance, partnerships, IT and PCN investment.
NHS Arden & GEM CSU will be exhibiting to share how we can support primary care to achieve at-scale delivery, run day to day operations as smoothly and efficiently as possible, while extending and improving patient services through intelligent use of data and embracing new technology and ways of working.
Working in partnership with Capsticks and clinical director for the national primary care homes project, Professor James Kingsland, we bring together a unique blend of knowledge and expertise, informed by first-hand experience of designing and implementing collaborative models within health and social care.
Visit us on stand G76 to learn how our tailored primary care solutions are already helping customers to develop and deliver a vision for local primary care.