OPEN VIE at NICE 2019: Transforming Care

Written by Marie Keetley and Cathy Wright on Thursday 9th May 2019

On 9th May, The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) are hosting their conference at the Hilton Deansgate Hotel Manchester. The conference will bring together representatives from health, social care and industry to discuss the big challenges facing the health and care sector.  This is the definitive gathering in the UK for those concerned with supporting person-centred, integrated care across the health and social care system.

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NICE 2019: Transforming care celebrates 20 years of NICE’s commitment to innovation, excellence and evidence-based health and care, bringing frontline staff and leaders from health and care together with the life sciences, healthtech and digital sectors, the event outlines NICE’s essential role supporting the delivery of high quality, fully-integrated, person-centred care. 

The plenary and parallel programme will explore topics ranging from how human factors affect patient safety, to proving the value of health apps and ensuring that mental and physical healthcare are truly integrated.

OPEN VIE brings together pH Associates, Open Access Consulting and Harvey Walsh, providing world class knowledge, insight and outputs across the entire spectrum of market access and reimbursement, evidence generation, gathering and evaluation, and population-based health data, to demonstrate value and change patients’ lives. Our unrivalled team of experts actively engage across their specific disciplines, sharing their vast knowledge and experience, to provide a wide range of compelling outputs.

To keep up with the latest news from NICE 2019, you can visit the NICE Twitter feed (#NICEConf19) and for more information on what OPEN VIE can offer, please visit us on STAND 10.

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Get in touch

For more information contact:

Marie Keetley – Associate Director

MarieKeetley@openvie.com

Amanda Pulfer, Strategic Director, OPEN VIE

AmandaPulfer@openvie.com

+44 (0) 1628 481112