How can industry support the NHS five year forward view?

Date: 
Time: 
6.00-7.30pm
Venue: 
The King's Fund
Event type: 
Evening seminar

About this event

As we know, the pressures on the NHS coupled with the drive to deliver more pro-active, patient-centred care mean that the health care landscape must continue to evolve. In response to the NHS five year forward view, Philips has co-ordinated a response from industry that follows its own view that industry's role is to look beyond technology to the experiences of patients, providers and caregivers across the health continuum. Philips is focused on unlocking insights that lead to meaningful innovations, from healthy living to prevention, diagnosis, treatment, recovery and home care. The company is continually investing in co-designing, with care providers, solutions that combine clinical breadth and depth of expertise, technology and services, actionable data, consultative new business models and partnerships. In adopting this approach Philips shares some of the risks and responsibility with care providers, so that together we can transform how care is delivered and experienced.

Speakers

Rupert Hipwell

Rupert Hipwell is the Strategic Business Manager for Philips' Hospital to Home business. He has been with Philips for five years and played a key role in developing new service-based business models and strategies designed to address the changing needs of hospitals and health care providers. He has experience in imbedding innovation and risk-sharing in managed service contracts through Philips imaging business and has played a central role in extending Philips’ UK health care activities into home health care supporting Philips’ contribution to the UK government-led Whole System Demonstrator, dallas and 3millionlives projects.

More recently, Rupert has championed the introduction of a new global business group, ‘HISS’ which offers solutions, data analytics and consulting services. Rupert has a BSc in Economics from the University of Bristol and an MBA from the Open University.