The HEFMA Leadership Forum returns to Milton Keynes for 2021!

As the curtains closed on HEFMA’s 2019 National Leadership Forum, the theme for the association’s next flagship event has been confirmed as: ‘Managing the Best Patient Outcome’. The Forum will once again be held in Milton Keynes’ Stadium MK after much success previously in 2013.

The coming months will see the NHS organisations around England start work on implementing the Long Term Plan, moving to healthcare systems rather than individual organisations in silos. There is growing recognition of the essential role that Estates & Facilities teams play in the delivery of patient care, which is now being reinforced by the data revealed at last week’s Forum by NHS England & NHS Improvement. Tackling backlog maintenance to ensure the estate is suitable for 21st century healthcare, re-purposing the use of space, transforming the location and delivery of services and adopting wider use of technology are all challenges that EFM teams are rising to in order to manage the route to the best patient outcome.

The theme and logo also reflect the venue, as Milton Keynes is well known for its many roundabouts intersecting and linking the straight roads that dissect and surround the town.

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