The Convenzis NHS Pathology Conference provides a timely and high-value platform for NHS Pathology managers and leaders to share best practices and practical insights from across the UK, we are very excited to take the event in person.
“Consolidating pathology services allows for the most consistent, clinically appropriate turnaround times, ensuring the right test is available at the right time. It makes better use of our highly skilled workforce to deliver improved, earlier diagnostic services supporting better patient outcomes. Taking a hub and spoke approach to this consolidation can ensure an appropriate critical mass to support specialist diagnostics, so that patients have equal access to key tests, and services are sustainable.” Professor Adrian Newland, Specialist Clinical Advisor and Chair of the National Pathology Implementation and Optimisation Delivery Board.
Since 2017, 29 pathology networks have been developed to help drive out unwarranted variation and spearhead the transformation of pathology services across the country. Following this, NHS England and Improvement widened to use these networks as a key enabler of ambitions outlined in the Long-Term Plan.
The Convenzis Pathology Transformation Conference aims to provide a timely platform for the NHS pathology community to meet up, share practical insights and listen to sector-leading professionals, with the ultimate aim of empowering pathology providers to keep a foot on the pedal of innovation and integration.
Join us at the NHS Pathology Conference 2023 as we take a closer look at the current state of play across the UK pathology community and open the debate on the key issues facing the sector to date.
As with all Convenzis events, we are very proud to support the NHS and provide this exclusive conference at no cost to the sector.
If you are a pathology expert or leader then you can register for free today.
Research sources for NHS Pathology Conference 2022: NHSE/I
NHS PATHOLOGY CONFERENCE NORTH 2023 KEY SUBJECTS
Working closely with national policymakers, we have identified 6 key areas of focus:
- Pathology networks: review and best practice sharing
- Networking and collaboration
- Modernisation – Digitalisation
- Standardising of coding
- Pathology: Underpinning elective care transformation
- How pathology services are involving themselves in community diagnostic hubs and patient testing at home.