The chief executive of the UK’s most influential health and care think tank and research organisation has been confirmed as the opening keynote for Summer Schools 2023.
Richard Murray, CEO of The King’s Fund, leads the charity’s work in influencing policy and practice to inspire improvements across health and care, providing him with one of the best perspectives of the top-level trends facing health and care.
In his opening presentation Richard will set the current and future context for today’s digital leaders, outlining key features of the current health and care landscape, picking out the key trends behind the pressures faced by the NHS.
Richard has held positions at NHS England as chief analyst, at the Department of Health as director of strategy, director of financial planning and chief economist.
The King’s Fund CEO joins a stellar line-up of keynotes including John Quinn (interim CIO), Dr Natasha Phillips (CNIO) and Dr Melanie Iles (interim CCIO).
Book your ticket now to join us at the University of Birmingham on 27-28 July for a CPD-accredited programme featuring interesting presentations, breakout sessions and NHS case studies to help further your career development.
Spaces are limited, and prices start from £336+VAT.