HQIP to kick-start cardiac re-commission with market engagement event
Published: 21 Jun 2016
HQIP and NHS England are working jointly to commission a new contract for the national clinical cardiac programme starting with a networking event for potential contractors on Wednesday 29 June.
The National Clinical Cardiac Audit Market Engagement event is aimed at organisations with a keen interest in improving cardiac health and wellbeing. The programme will feature an overview of HQIP’s vision for the future of cardiac audits as well as talks from HQIP medical director and cardiothoracic surgeon, Professor Danny Kennan and HQIP’s head of procurement, Judith Hughes. In the second part of the event attendees will have the opportunity to network and build partnerships ahead of the official tender period.
The National Clinical Cardiac Audit (NCCA) is one of 40 projects commissioned by HQIP and encompasses 6 heart care areas: heart failure, myocardial infarction, percutaneous coronary interventions, heart rhythm management, adult cardiac surgery, and congenital heart disease.
The National Clinical Cardiac Audit Market Engagement event takes place on Wednesday 29 June 10.15am-3.00pm at the London South Bank University, Clarence Centre for Enterprise & Innovation. Registration is free and limited places are available on a first come first serve basis.
To register to attend please send the full details of no more than two individuals per organisation (including name, job title, organisation and email address) to [email protected]
Further event details will be confirmed on registration.