25-26 September, ExCeL London. CCS is once again supporting the UK Health Show to showcase how we are helping the NHS meet the commercial challenge.

The NHS is going through unprecedented change and yet, for all the very real challenges it is facing, there is also unbridled opportunity as the digitisation of healthcare has really only just begun.

The UK Health Show aims to connect the NHS, private healthcare providers, national bodies, partners and suppliers through thought-provoking and educational content and a trade-show focused on the opportunities and challenges in healthcare today.

This is why CCS is pleased to once again be supporting the show, which will be taking place on 25-26 September at ExCeL in London.

Why attend?

The show will feature 11 different theatres and over 200 leading experts offering over 80 hours of content and case studies focused on 4 themes:

  • Technology
  • Cyber security
  • Procurement
  • Commissioning

Coupled with the opportunity to meet 180 organisations in the trade-show, the event is set to attract over 5,000 senior healthcare decision makers, managers, influencers and buyers from across the NHS and the entire UK health sector.

We’ll be presenting 2 sessions on 25 September in the Procurement Transformation Stage:

  • 1.30pm: how CCS is working with the NHS to help it meet the commercial challenge, Will Laing, Account Director – Health
  • 2pm: how CCS can facilitate effective technology procurement and adoption for the NHS, Peter M Kirwan, Strategic Category Director – Technology Products and Services

Event Director and Head of Healthcare, Alexander Rushton says:

“Through the UK Health Show, we want to celebrate the leaders and the progressiveness, innovation and diversity from across the UK healthcare sector by focusing on four key opportunities and challenges facing the health sector today.

“These are digital technology, commissioning, procurement and cyber security.

“Having started my career in a Trust, before moving to the NHS Confederation and also spending a year working with the World Health Organization, I’ve seen first-hand the challenges facing the healthcare industry not only in the NHS and UK systems, but also the global systems.

“However, with that comes great opportunity and that is what we promote with the UK Health Show – the opportunity for the whole of the NHS, industry and the wider sector to meet, discuss, connect and find solutions to take advantage of the opportunities for success and overcome the challenges faced today.”

Book your free place

It’s free to attend but make sure you register in advance to secure your place. Register now

We hope to see you there!