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In recent years, PPP projects in healthcare have grown enormously within the UK. The 2005 Financing Healthcare in the UK Conference will explore these national developments alongside those in Europe, with major hospital projects being undertaken in Italy, Portugal, France and Spain. Topics covered will include: financing and different financial models; the NHS LIFT investment fund and case studies; as well as the funding of independent sector treatment centres. Hear the current legal issues of healthcare models and how to maintain momentum once a partnership has been forged.

Widening the scope of presentations will ensure delegates are up-to-date on the latest industry leading projects, as well as smaller PFI deals and managed service agreements. For a comprehensive look at where the industry is heading in 2006 and an update on existing schemes, Financing Healthcare in the UK is not to be missed by anyone in the industry.

Confirmed speakers include:
Jorge Abreu Simões, President, Partnerships Health
Elizabeth Lloyd Kendall, Capital Investment Manager, London Strategic Health Authorities
Henrietta Podd, Head of Infrastructure Bonds, Royal Bank of Canada
Michael Baxter, Head, Private Finance and Capital Unit, Scottish Executive Health Department
Norman Kinnear, PFI Facilitator, Scottish Executive Health Department
Dr Richard Friedland, CEO, Netcare Healthcare UK Limited
Mike Hobbs, Business Development Director – Health, Carillion
Stuart Gavurin, Director of Primary Care and LIFT, British Health Enterprise
Rose Gibb, Chief Executive, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust
Stephen Hockaday, Structural Finance, Bovis Lend Lease
Coralie Foster, PFI Manager, RSM Robson Rhodes
Stephen Tobin, Partner, McGrigors

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Stuart  Gavurin

Stuart Gavurin, Director of Primary Care and LIFT, British Health Enterprise

9:10 PFI IN A CHANGING NHS

Elizabeth Lloyd-Kendall

Elizabeth Lloyd-Kendall, Capital Investment Manager, London Strategic Health Authorities

  • Update on the progress of the 2004 prioritised schemes
  • What are the reasons for delays?
  • What can the private sector do to help the schemes move on?
  • 9:50 RAISING RPI LINKED DEBT FOR UK HOSPITAL PROJECTS – CASE STUDY

    Henrietta Podd

    Henrietta Podd, Head Of Infrastructure Bonds, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Dominion Securities

  • Index-linked bonds – why the market is bigger and moreefficient than ever
  • New structures for raising index-linked debt
  • New monolines and old monolines with new products
  • Why extracting a few basis points matter - £400,000 a year in debt service savings
  • Has Newcastle set a new benchmark in the market?
  • 10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 CASE STUDY

    Stuart  Gavurin

    Stuart Gavurin, Director of Primary Care and LIFT, British Health Enterprise

  • Current status
  • Current projects
  • Future projects
  • Lessons learnt
  • 11:20 NHS LIFT

    Coralie Foster

    Coralie Foster, PFI Manager, RSM Robson Rhodes LLP

  • Key issues facing maintaining momentum based on experience
  • Positive steps that can be taken to maximise the outcomes from the partnerships
  • 12:00 LEGAL ASPECTS OF HEALTHCARE MODELS

    Stephen Tobin

    Stephen Tobin, Partner, McGrigors

  • LIFT and partnering
  • Dealing with change
  • New developments
  • 12:40 Networking Lunch

    14:20 WORKING TO IMPROVE PROCUREMENT

    Mike  Hobbs

    Mike Hobbs, Business Development Director - Health, Carillion Private Finance

  • Tendering processes
  • Bidding costs and delays
  • Matching policy developments
  • Specific examples
  • Lowering bid costs – how does this affect private and public sectors
  • Rolling mandates
  • 15:00 INDEPENDENT SECTOR TREATMENT CENTRES (ISTCs)

    Richard Friedland

    Richard Friedland, CEO, Netcare UK

  • An analysis of the UK’s rollout of DTCs and ISTCs
  • The bidding and contracting process
  • Managing the Risk Return Arbitrage
  • The challenges of providing quality clinical services
  • Outcomes and measures of clinical service
  • Lessons learnt form wave one projects
  • 15:40 Chairman’s Closing Remarks followed by Afternoon Tea and Close of Day One

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Coralie Foster

    Coralie Foster, PFI Manager, RSM Robson Rhodes LLP

    9:10 MAIDSTONE AND TUNBRIDGE WELLS NHS TRUST

    Steve Jones

    Steve Jones, Head of Service Reconfiguration, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust

  • Case study
  • Consulting on a major hospital reconfiguration
  • Lessons learnt
  • Engagement with stakeholders and the public
  • "Handling the media"
  • 9:50 GOVERNANCE AND LONG TERM PARTNERING

    Erica  Dyson

    Erica Dyson, Partnership Director, Manchester Salford and Trafford NHS

  • Implications for the private sector
  • Implications for the public sector
  • Implications for executives and non executives
  • 10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 SANDWELL AND WEST BIRMINGHAM ACUTE TRUST

  • The progress of the 2010 hospital development
  • Community based alternatives to hospital care
  • Decision making processes
  • What has been achieved in the last year?
  • Lessons learnt
  • Geraint  Griffiths

    Geraint Griffiths, Chief Executive, Sandwell Primary Care Trusts

    Colin Browne

    Colin Browne, Clinical Director, Sandwell and West Birmingham Acute Trust

    11:40 SCOTTISH JOINT VENTURES DEVELOPMENT

    1. Infrastructure investment in Scotland
    2. National policy drivers
    3. Local service drivers
    4. Lessons learnt from the NHS LIFT in England
    5. The Scottish joint venture model
    6. Opportunities for the market
    7. Michael Baxter

      Michael Baxter, Head of Private Finance & Capital Unit, Scottish Executive Health Department

      Norman Kinnear

      Norman Kinnear, PFI Facilitator, Scottish Executive Health Department

      12:20 Networking Lunch

      14:00 CLINICAL SERVICE CONCESSION

      Jorge Abreu Simoes

      Jorge Abreu Simoes, President, Partnerships. Health

    8. The new PPP policy in healthcare
    9. First and second wave of PPP projects: update alternative
    10. PPP models and hospital corporatisation
    11. Restructuring the hospital capacity in Lisbon
    12. 2009-2010: culminating transformational changes
    13. 15:20 MAJADAHONDA CASE STUDY

      Stephen Hockaday

      Stephen Hockaday, Commercial Director, Bovis Lend Lease

    14. Bids tendered and the selection process
    15. The 30 year concesion
    16. The developing European market
    17. Financing issues
    18. What next?
    19. 16:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Followed by Afternoon Tea

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