Haemorrhaging Value: Removing waste through effective management of contracts in the health sector
Over the last year, University College London Hospital (UCLH) conducted a pilot study which demonstrates how revenue can be increased and value leakage can be minimized by managing complex services contracts more effectively. With the objective of sharing UCLH’s learnings and experience from this program for the benefit of the broader healthcare sector in UK, SirionLabs and UCLH are jointly organising a seminar around the theme ‘Haemorrhaging Value: Removing waste through effective management of contracts in the health sector”.
The seminar will examine the challenges faced by NHS bodies in managing complex service contracts and how technology can be used to increase revenue and reduce value leakage. To be held on 31st October in London, this exclusive, invitation-only event will be attended by senior leaders from UK’s public healthcare sector with speakers from UCLH, the Cabinet Office, The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) and CGI.
Seminar Theme: Haemorrhaging Value: Removing waste through effective management of contracts in the health sector
Date and Time: Monday, October 31, 2016, 2.00 PM – 5.00 PM Local Time
Venue: The King’s Fund, No. 11 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0AN
- Keynote address by Sir Robert Naylor, former Chief Executive, UCLH NHS Foundation Trust – In addition to reflecting on his 30 years as a NHS chief executive, Sir Robert will outline how UCLH has adopted a different approach in the management of its commercial issues and contracts.
- Presentation by Adrian Kamellard, Director, Cabinet Office – Adrian will speak about how he is leading a program to transform the commercial function across central government including the establishment of the Government Commercial Service.
- Presentation by Dom Firth, the newly appointed UCLH Director of Commercial and Contract Management – Dom will speak about the steps that have been taken to establish a dedicated commercial and contract management function at UCLH.
- Case study presentations based on the Trust’s piloting of the Sirion Supplier and Customer Governance solution with its counter-parties featuring Ian Whiteman (PCS), Liz Drummond (CGI), Hannah Davidson (UCLH), and Brian Clark (UCLH).
- Panel discussion, closing remarks and networking reception.