At the first in our series of breakfast events on the pressures facing providers, we heard from Chris Ham, David Fish and Anne Rainsberry on the prospects for service change in London.
We also launched our new report, Leading health care in London, which addresses the critical question of who will lead change in the capital under the new NHS structures, as well as reporting on developments in London's health system during the past 18 months.
Highlights from this event
Chris Ham: what are the prospects for service change?
Chris Ham, Chief Executive of The King's Fund, introduces the key findings of our report on health care leadership in London. He explains why health services in the capital are in urgent need of change and suggests what the alternatives to further structural reconfiguration might be.
Listen to Chris Ham's presentation
David Fish: what are the prospects for service change?
David Fish, Managing Director at UCL Partners, explains how academic health science partnerships use research and innovation to improve patient and population health. He looks at examples of cancer and cardiac service reconfiguration to explore how services can be changed and improved.
Listen to David Fish's presentation
Anne Rainsberry: what are the prospects for service change?
Dr Anne Rainsberry shares her experience of leading service change at NHS North West London, and reflects on her new role as NHS England’s Regional Director (London).
Listen to Anne Rainsberry's presentation