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Joining Whitehouse Consultancy will be Robert Ede, Head of Health and Social Care, Policy Exchange; David Hare, Chief Executive, Independent Healthcare Providers Network; and Sharon Brennan, Journalist leading on NHS reform at the Health Service Journal.

1.00pm - 2.00pm on Wednesday 10th March 2021 | Zoom.

The webinar will explore the Government’s most significant shake-up in health and social care policy since the Lansley reforms. The discussion will explore the practical implications of the proposed legislation: what it means for NHS providers, the future of public-private partnership, and, crucially, whether the reforms will improve the patient experience.

Chris Whitehouse, Chairman & Director of Health Policy at the Whitehouse Consultancy, will be leading the discussion and sharing his expertise in health public affairs. Chris has served as chair of several trade associations of independent providers to the NHS, including the LIFT Council, and has run the secretariat of several others, including the Urology Trade Association and the British Health Care Association.

The event will bring together experts in health and social care policy to make sense of these far-reaching reforms and its practical implications, it is a must see for those interested in NHS reform, and we hope you join us for what promises to be a most interesting event.

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To register for the event please click here.

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