NHS providers: is bigger better?

After the Act series
The King's Fund

Event highlights

The first in our summer series of breakfast events offered a timely opportunity to discuss the changing provider landscape and how it is likely to be shaped by the financial squeeze and the NHS reforms.

Presentations and talks from this event

Candace Imison, Deputy Director of Policy at The King's Fund, gives an overview of the QIPP challenge, where we are now and the challenges for NHS providers going forward.

Sir Robert Naylor, Chief Executive at University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, discusses the big challenges facing NHS providers and looks at whether mergers are the answer to financial and performance issues.

Catherine Davies, Acting Director of the Co-operation and Competition Panel, looks at how competition will shape the provider landscape and what the new regime will mean for NHS providers.

More about this breakfast event series

The NHS is at a critical juncture. It is already faced with the biggest financial challenge in its history and the prospect of implementing the most far-reaching reforms since it was established. The Francis report is also set to fundamentally challenge how the NHS is delivering on its core mission of providing high-quality care for patients. Against this backdrop, our series of breakfast events will explore some of the most significant issues currently facing the NHS.