Healthcare Estates Management Conference: The future of health infrastructure
“Without investment in the NHS estate the Five Year Forward View cannot be delivered, the NHS estate will remain unfit for purpose and will continue to deteriorate.” – The Naylor Review
World class healthcare requires world class facilities. Despite the desperate need to improve the NHS estate, many trusts have made the difficult decision to divert funds away from capital investment in order to cover running costs.
As the NHS continues with the Five Year Forward view, it must fundamentally reshape the healthcare estate in order to meet the challenges posed by an ageing population and the need to shift towards a more prevention based model of care.
The Naylor Review, published in March 2017, calculated that the NHS will need £10 billion of capital investment in order to fulfill the reforms and improvements set out in Sustainability and Transformation Plans.
These challenges pose a number of questions: What role can the private sector play in providing capital investment? How can surplus assets be used to generate income? What improvements are needed as a matter of urgency? How can existing estates and facilities be run more efficiently?
Join us for the Healthcare Estates Management Conference where leading experts will help you understand how to get the most out of your trust’s estate.
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