What's it all about ?

JOB2246W0712_smallHospital Innovations Exhibition and Conference will take place on the 26th & 27th April 2016 at Olympia, London and is ideally located for the high density of NHS Trusts in London and the South East.
Hospital Innovations will provide a series of practical sessions from Trusts and the experts working with them who are doing things well. With Procurement, Finance, Technology and Facilities at the heart of the event the programme will provide a unique look at the NHS and how it might look in 10 to 15 years’ time. Focusing on improving Governance, Efficiency & Productivity without compromising patient safety and quality of service, Trusts will showcase and present examples of good practice, and discuss how they have overcome hurdles. The event will offer visitors and delegates the chance to interact with leading trusts, supporting organisations and sponsors in a series of interactive sessions on each day.
Exhibition space is limited to companies providing solutions in these key areas, companies who will showcase technology that will help the health service to harness the power of data and technology and address some of the most pressing challenges facing the NHS.

The event is partnered by IHEEM, The Water Management Society, Legionella Control Association and also has the support of leading NHS Trusts including –
Royal United Hospitals Bath
Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Barts Health NHS Trust
Guys & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
London North West Healthcare NHS Trust
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS

The advisory board is made up of the above trusts who are forming the conference programme. This will be based on issues that are most important to the trusts at the moment. Primarily how to save money, buy more intelligently, increase efficiency but also improve patient services.

Topic focus on real life case studies include –
•  Latest innovations in telehealth – Gary Mellor, Head of Health Markets UK, Vodaphone Healthcare
•  Efficiencies and innovations through hot desking and smart use of space – Tyler Schofield, Management Consultant, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
•  Sustainability Strategy and the ‘future programme’  – Alexandra Hammond, Associate Director, Sustainability, Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
•  Sharing the learning and revolutionising stock efficiencies – David Lawson, Director of Procurement, Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
•  Whole life costing and utility savings – Claire Hennessy, Senior Estates Operational Manager, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
•  Transforming the quality and cost of NHS care delivery by using simulation, modelling and systems thinking – Terry Young, Professor of Healthcare Systems, Cumberland Initiative, Brunel University London











Visitors to the event will include –
Head of Facilities & Maintenance
Director of Finance
Head of Estates Operations
Senior Estates Operational Manager
Managing Director
Associate Director of Estates
Director of Capital Business
Director of Estates and Facilities
Director of Strategy and Integration
Head of Contracts and Strategy
Head of Information Technology
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Head of Compliance
Head of Commercial services
Head of Operational Support
Head of Purchasing and Supplies
Head of Facilities (soft FM and hard FM)

The exhibition will host 60 exhibitors with stands ranging between 6m2 and 16m2. There are also 10 event supporter packages on offer to early adopters which include 18m and 24m stands.
·  space only area (up to 24m2) or shell scheme (up to 18m2),
·  10 delegate places to offer to key customers,
·  a networking facility in our ‘supporters lounge’,
·  speaking opportunities at the event
·  your logo on all marketing activity connected to the event,
·  an invitation to join the advisory board and help shape the conference programme

For the latest floorplan or to discuss the opportunities available call 01892 518877 or email