It is a little over two weeks since P4H 2017, The Procurement Event for Health, took over Birmingham’s NEC and it’s safe to say the event was a success for many healthcare professionals as well as those working in the wider public sector.
P4H 2017 was attended by over 1400 key healthcare decision makers and allowed visitors to engage with over 90 exhibitors and benefit from a range of interactive and educational features.
The event is dedicated to enhancing collaboration, education and skills development within the healthcare sector by sharing best practice and exploring how new ways of working can enhance marketplace objectives.
On the day, delegates were able to choose from hours of CPD Certified sessions and skills workshops. These sessions discussed the latest policy issues, presented innovative healthcare solutions and explored new technology to maximise the economic benefits of procurement reform.
Watch the video below to get a taste of the day’s events:
Building on this year’s successful showcase, P4H 2018 is set to be the largest event yet. The event will host a range of features which are directly aligned to meeting marketplace objectives, including a live Keynote Arena as well as networking and collaboration zones, in addition to four skills development zones.
Make sure you don’t miss out on these opportunities and book your place today.
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Last updated on August 10th, 2017
Jul 28, 2017.