As the world’s largest single-payer healthcare system, NHS England faces vast challenges to transform from a reactive provider of services to a data-driven evidence and a preventative model that enables patient ownership and self-management.
Join our free webinar which will be hosted by our Business Sweden healthcare team in London and industry experts.
The webinar will cover:
• The current and future plans for the largest single-payer healthcare market in the world
• How to navigate and engage key stakeholders in NHS England
• The impact of Covid-19 and the acceleration of digitalisation
• The opportunities for Swedish companies in the healthcare ecosystem.
Johan Ottosson, Project Manager, Business Sweden London
Fanny Nordström, Consultant, Business Sweden London
Dr Paul Durrands, Chief Operating Officer, Oxford Academic Health Science Network
Dr Paul Durrands has over 25 years commercial and finance experience in the private and public experience and 10 years government and NHS experience. He has a strong track record of commercial strategy, outsourcing, collaborative commissioning and procurement, change management, market analysis, stakeholder engagement, supply chain, business development and acquisitions and joint ventures. He was responsible for health market analysis for nine PCTs which was then replicated across NHS England. Dr Durrands has also played strategic roles in pathway design and merger strategies for provider trusts.
Lesley Soden, Programme Director – Innovation Theme, Health Innovation Network, South London
Lesley Soden is the lead for the innovation exchange which supports companies with innovative products, technology, and medical devices that have the potential to solve challenges faced by the NHS and the wider healthcare sector in London. She also leads the change support consultancy which includes submitting proposals and delivery for commissioned work. She has held previously roles as Deputy Director of Business & Strategy at West London Mental Health NHS Trust and Head of Equality & Human Rights at Central London Community Healthcare