Summit Opens In
Simon Harris TD
Minister for Health
Director, Altogether Better (UK)
CEO, Great Place to Work
Director General, Health Services Executive
CEO, Children's Hospital Group
Senior Economist, Health Division, OECD (France)
What We Offer
Our Health Service: What do we need? When will we get it?
Everyone agrees that a single vision for healthcare in Ireland is an essential first step in a long-term plan to create the health service that we need. The recently formed Oireachtas cross-party committee on the future of healthcare is an unprecedented move in this direction and a welcome response to the obvious and well-known failings of our health service. But, will this new initiative turn out to be a mere talking shop? Or the answer to creating a long-term roadmap for reform of healthcare that will be implemented no matter who is in government over the next decade? That’s just one of the issues we’ll be covering at The 13th National Health Summit in February.
We’re bringing together a range of experts and practitioners from the OECD, the UK and the Irish health service to explore, discuss and debate solutions to some of the toughest challenges we are facing. We’ve also introduced dedicated streams on 3 key themes:
- Delivering care in the right way and the right place focusing on health outcomes
- Putting power in the patients hands
- Reshaping the workforce for our future healthcare service
For well over a decade now the National Health Summit has been a key event for Healthcare leaders and we do hope you can join us again in 2017 for what promises to be an engaging and insightful day.
- Policy makers
- Leaders and managers in healthcare management and service delivery
- Clinical leaders
- Patient advocates
- Healthcare researchers, academics, economists
- Service providers to the healthcare sector
Media from last year's summit
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