Alan Maynard, professor of health economics at the University of York, promises to be a controversial and topical keynote speaker at the Health Insurance Conference on 23 November.
The conference, Beyond the Welfare State – New Opportunities, will take place at the Commonwealth Conference Centre, London and is the must-attend event of the year.
Professor Maynard is a prestigious figure within the field of health economics. Prior to taking up his current post, he was professor of economics and founding director of the Centre for Health Economics at the University from 1983 to 1995. He is a prolific author and has published extensively in on a range of issues in the economics of health and healthcare. He is also the editor of the journal, Health Economics
The speaker has worked as a consultant for the World Bank, the World Health Organisation and the European Union in such diverse countries as Chile, South Africa, Brazil, Mexico and China.
He is Chair of the York NHS Trust and has worked for the Home Office’s Research Unit on economic aspects of illicit drugs. Professor Maynard will be discussing the government’s position on welfare reforms and the opportunities for the private sector to be part of the solution. He will also be addressing what the government expects from health insurers and intermediaries.
The conference is sponsored by PPP healthcare and is the ideal forum for those wanting access to the ever-changing health insurance industry. Places are still available, but delegates should book now to avoid disappointment.
The booking price is £245 + VAT – £287.88. For more details please contact Rebecca Griffiths on 0171505 8182.