How the private sector is helped to burrow deep into the NHS – today’s email from the Health Service Journal

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Dear Martin

During this challenging financial period for providers, you need vital intelligence to engage and build relationships with the NHS.

Our annual HSJ Intelligence Conference brings in subject matter expertise from our HSJ team and invites influential figureheads from the NHS to help organisations gain insight into the key issues and find opportunities to build meaningful partnerships – free to HSJ Intelligence customers.

Private sector organisations attend the HSJi Conference to:

  • Partner better with the NHS: each presentation will give you practical insight on the future shape of the NHS, allowing you to have valuable client conversations with providers and CCGs.
  • Network, take-away and share: opportunity to network with up to 100 senior-level colleagues from the following sectors working with the NHS: consultancy, law, pharmaceuticals, third sector, technology and private healthcare as well as the HSJ subject matter experts.
  • Learn and questions to the leading c suite in healthcare: At HSJ Intelligence we secure the leading names in healthcare. Speakers provide you with their experience, wisdom and advice to ensure the day is beneficial for you.

Watch our annual conference highlights to get a taster of how private sector organisations benefit from HSJ Intelligence.

Would you be interested to speak with a member of the team to find out more about HSJ Intelligence? Contact us today.

Kind regards,

The HSJ Intelligence team

One thought on “How the private sector is helped to burrow deep into the NHS – today’s email from the Health Service Journal

    K beer said:
    March 19, 2018 at 10:55 am

    We are on our way to privatisation !!!!


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