Deal or no deals?September 6, 2017
Join HealthInvestor and leading law firm Charles Russell Speechlys to discuss the key issues facing the UK’s health and social care sectors and to consider the market forces that will drive healthcare deal activity over the next 12 months.
HealthInvestor property update: Investing in the primary care estateSeptember 28, 2017
Get up to date on the major issues facing primary care property investment. Understand how the market can react to help address the challenges it faces. The event will analyse the investment opportunities in the primary care market, and consider how the evolution of primary care within a changing healthcare system will impact the investment proposition. Experts from the worlds of finance, property and primary care will debate the keys challenges facing the sector and predict how the market is likely to evolve over the next decade.
HealthInvestor Midlands focus: Investment opportunities and challenges for the Midlands care marketOctober 18, 2017
HealthInvestor Midlands Focus will consider investment appetite for care assets in the region. By analysing the local demographic trends, commissioner attitudes and regulatory priorities, this half-day conference will study key areas of activity in the Midlands and discuss how operators can flourish in a challenging environment.
HealthInvestor Summit 2017November 2, 2017
The HealthInvestor Summit will feature forensic analysis and spiky debate from chief executives, investors, financiers and market analysts. The event will also provide multiple opportunities for high-level networking, allowing attendees to gauge market activity, identify the emerging trends in the marketplace and debate the major challenges facing the health and social care sector.
HealthInvestor Power Fifty 2017November 22, 2017
The Power Fifty is an annual gala dinner attracting over 300 of the independent healthcare industry’s leading figures to hear who HealthInvestors readers have voted as the most influential person in the independent healthcare sector over 2017.