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The official opening to the 2016 NHS Confederation annual conference and exhibition from Anita Anand and Stephen Dalton.

Stephen Dorrell gives the opening address to the 2016 Annual Conference and Exhibition, highlighting the challenges and opportunities facing health and care. He outlines the central messages from the NHS Confederation and how it will support members over the next 12 months.

The future for health and care depends on better relationships between the NHS and local government. This panel discussion will explore how health and care is being brought together locally and demonstrate the impact integration policies have had. With Sir Howard Bernstein, Elizabeth Butler, Dr Amanda Doyle, Cllr Izzi Seccombe and Anita Anand.

This keynote from Jason Helgerson highlights his experiences from directing the Medicaid programme for over 5 million people with an annual budget of more than $54 billion. It draws on his learning from leading the effort to fundamentally reshape care in New York State, in order to lower costs and improve quality.

This panel looks at how to engage people in change and what principles health and care leaders need to consider when attempting to realise people-centred and community-focused care. With Kate Allatt, Soma Stout, Don Redding and Kay Julier.

Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP outlines the priorities for the Government and how health and care leaders will be supported to transform care locally.

This panel discussion reflects on the main recommendations of Prof Robert Wachter and consider how leaders can be supported to deliver them locally. With Prof Robert Wachter, Dame Fiona Caldicott, Lynda Thomas and Dr Shaun O'Hanlon.

The first NHS Confederation address from the Chief Executive of NHS Improvement was an opportunity for Jim Mackey to outline his agenda as head of the new national body.

Aligning finance and quality to deliver better value after the spending review.

This panel discussion looks at the settlement for health and care and consider how the NHS might get the most out of resources, in particular our workforce, to deliver the best value now and for the future. From Anita Charlesworth, Prof Ian Cumming, Simon Courage and Lord Prior of Brampton.

This keynote speech from Simon Stevens will summarises how NHS England will support the transformation of health and care

Sir Keith Pearson will speak about the importance of the NHS ensuring it is an attractive employer to all ages.

Reflections on how to take things forward

This panel discussion is an opportunity for health and care leaders to reflect on what they will take back to their local systems. With Sarah Pickup, Tracy Myhill, Dr Graham Jackson and Rob Webster.

Dame Kelly Holmes will give a keynote speech aimed at inspiring health and care leaders to champion their successes, in a way that inspires others to build on them.

A positive journey through local visionaries for delegates to take away as a final message from conference. With Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, Maryanne Mariyaselvam, Lloyd Humphreys and Neil Guha.

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