HSJ Life Sciences Forum

4 June 2019
BMA House, London

 

 

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INTRODUCING THE HSJ LIFE SCIENCES FORUM


Find out what the NHS long-term plan means for industry at the HSJ Life Sciences Forum, now in its second year, with contributions from expert speakers, including Baroness Blackwood and NHS England’s Director of Life Sciences and Innovation Dr Sam Roberts.

  • Hear from Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) presenting specific case studies on how data sharing and digital technology is being implemented at ICS and STP level
  • Find out about the success stories from the Accelerated Access Collaborative and what barriers remain for industry to get innovative new treatments made available
  • Join a session hosted by Professor Dame Sue Hill and Genomics UK’s Joanne Hackett on the 100,000 genomes project and what benefits are now available to industry
  • Network with NHS leaders responsible for delivering integrated care at Primary Care Networks and STPs so you can builder relationships in a changing healthcare system
 
Impact of genomics
Learn about the advances being made which will benefit industry
Commercial strategy for new medicines
Hear from NHS England’s new director, Blake Dark, who will set out his vision to industry
Enabling service transformation
Find out from system leaders what’s happening at ICS level and what role industry must play

Speakers


 

 

KEY THEMES FOR THE FORUM

Updates from central government Insight into the progress made by the Accelerates Access Collaboration Overcome data sharing challenges The role of industry in genomics and personalised medicine
How the NHS approaches new drugs being made available Learn how AHSNs are supporting joint learning The evolving role of NICE and MHRA Case studies

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