The future for health and social care

What's on the horizon?
The King's Fund
Event type: 
Board Leadership Programme

About this event

Almost every day you hear references to the ageing population, the growing burden of chronic disease and medical and technological advances. But do you know the scale of change anticipated, the impact that this is likely to have on population health and the way we deliver health and social care, and over what time frame?

This session will help your understanding of the strategic context in which your health care organisation operates. It will be of value to anyone thinking strategically about the future of their organisation.


Candace Imison

Candace became Deputy Director of Policy at The King’s Fund in January 2009. Since joining the Fund she has published on a wide range of topics including polyclinics, community health services, workforce planning and referral management.

Candace came to The King’s Fund from the NHS where she was Director of Strategy in a large acute trust. She worked on strategy at the Department of Health between 2000 and 2006. Candace joined the NHS in 1987 and has held a number of senior management and board level roles within NHS providers and commissioners. She is currently a non-executive director of an acute trust in South West London.

Candace holds a Masters degree in health economics and health policy from Birmingham University. Her first degree was from Cambridge University, where she read natural sciences.