Future Healthcare 2019

If you are interested in sourcing cutting-edge products and services for your hospital or Trust, then you should definitely pay a visit to the Future Healthcare 2019 Exhibition and Conference.

Held from 18th to 19th March at Olympia in London, the event promises a line-up of expert speakers, over 350 exhibitors and a Healthcare Innovations Theatre with supplier case-study presentations.


The first day of the conference will look at three key topics: the healthcare technology landscape; scaling innovation; and funding, integration & partnerships in the NHS.

The second day will take a more global view of healthcare, looking at healthcare big spenders China and Japan. There will also be a discussion on healthcare buildings and smart cities, including how smart buildings can drive smart healthcare outcomes.

Conference speakers will include leading lights in the healthcare sector, including Simon Stevens, Chief Executive of NHS England, Sam Shah, Director for Digital Development at NHS England, Dr Jennifer Dixon, Chief Executive of the Health Foundation, and many more.

The conference will also feature The Future Healthcare Excellence, Innovation and Achievement Awards 2019, which will shine a light on the highest achievers, innovators, leaders and champions in the healthcare sector.

Register for Future Healthcare 2019

If you are interested in attending Future Healthcare 2019, just click here for more information.

Ticket options include free entry to the Future Healthcare exhibition, which includes access to over 350 suppliers, the Healthcare Innovations Theatre, UKIHMA Workshops, Wearables Zone and the Thrive Wearables Theatre.

Alternatively, you can do all of the above and attend the opening ceremony and Future Healthcare Conference for £695 +VAT.

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