The final Management in Practice conference of the year took place last week in London at the Olympia Conference Centre. The conference saw over 400 Practice Managers, Directors and Administrators attend the event, with sessions well attended throughout the day.
There was a full programme of engaging and thought provoking content this year, with a fantastic keynote speech, courtesy of Dr Arvind Madan, as well as an excellent programme consisting of engaging and informative talks and presentations.
Other highlights included:
- Avoiding harm in primary care – a session led by MDDUS
- A panel discussion on the benefits and opportunities of working together – chaired by Helen Northall from Primary Care Commissioning and with a panel featuring Dr Mike Smith from Haverstock Healthcare, Will Murdoch from The Modality Partnership and Dr Phil Bennett-Richards from Tower Hamlets Together Board.
- The statutory Duty of Candour – led by Dr Sally Old from MDU
- The new girl: A template for successful induction- led by Andy Briggs on behalf of Blue Stream Academy
Excellent event with knowledgeable, inspiring and relevant speakers for today’s Practice Manager. The exhibitor stands were great too.
What did our delegates think of the Event?
“Excellent event with knowledgeable, inspiring and relevant speakers for today’s Practice Manager. The exhibitor stands were great too.” – Lynva Adams-Dean
– Lynva Adams-Dean
“I thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon sessions and the fact that virtually everybody was taking down copious notes was testimony to the advice and information being given out.”
– Alan Finch
“Fab day out for Practice Managers – good to pick up a new ideas especially for savings!”
– Sapna Sharma
“A great day of events and seminars that specifically meet my exact job spec and demands precisely.”
– Kenny Sangar
“Excellent event. Informative presentations and useful stands. A great way to network and get new ideas.”
– Joy Bennett
“First time attending this event, I found the presentations and updates very informative. The practice had missed one HR update and if I hadn’t attended the conference and made aware of the issue it could have been costly.”
– Sanjay Ahuja
The Management in Practice events team are conscious of bringing together the healthcare community with other key stakeholders from the industry, with the event offering an exhibition alongside the conference.
Leading service providers and associations were able to discuss the latest cutting-edge solutions and showcase their latest products and services to attendees.
Management in Practice events are free to attend for Practice Managers, Practice Directors, Practice Administrators, GP Partners and Secretaries. The events have been designed to support those at the forefront of primary care business management in staying up to date with policy change, developing long term business strategy and seeking practice efficiencies. Management in Practice will be back in 2017 travelling to Manchester on 8th June, London on 28th September and then on to Birmingham on 5th December.
More information can be found here.