The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) provides national guidance and advice to improve health and social care in the United Kingdom. NICE produces evidence-based guidance and advice for health, public health and social care practitioners as well as develops quality standards and performance metrics for those providing and commissioning health, social care services and public health. NICE uses best available evidence and set out the best strategies to prevent, diagnose and treat disease and promote healthy living, and care for vulnerable individuals.
The NICE Conference and Expo brings thought leaders from academia, government representatives, industry experts, and non-profits who are addressing the cyber-security education, share the experience, training, and workforce needs of the nation. The NICE Conference comprises face-to-face convening of public-private partners, a possibility to signal NICE strategic directions and priorities, and a forum to present best practices.
Rightangled took part in the NICE conference 2018 that accompanied the one day event at the Hilton Manchester. It was very interesting and valuable to know more how NICE is working with industry improve access to innovation in the NHS, and how they propose to manage the growing pipeline of future health-tech products. The exhibition offered in-depth discussions with key opinion leaders, healthcare experts and suppliers of support services. The event also enabled us to meet experts from the NHS community, and wider public sector including local authorities, social care, the voluntary sector, patients, services users and the public.
Sir Andrew Dillon - Chief Executive, NICE
Professor Yvonne Doyle - Regional Director London, Public Health England
Professor Gillian Leng - Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Health and Social Care, NICE
Mark Salmon - Programme Director Information Resources, NICE
Blake Dark - NHS Commercial Medicines Director, NHS England