Health and Care Futures Convention 2018

by Future Care Capital

Cost of attending

Early Bird Ticket, Health and Care Futures Convention 2018


Innovative new technology is driving advances in health outcomes for patients and people accessing social care support. There are exciting new developments in digital tools for self-care, artificial intelligence, robotics and the use of health and care data. Many of these advances are driven by new start-ups in Britain leading the world in new health and care technology. Start-ups often need substantial investment to deliver their business plans forward. The Convention builds on the debate about the need for health and care technology to focus on supporting better patient outcomes, the role of the investment community in early-stage health ventures and the current policy landscape, and how government can support great innovative health entrepreneurship.

More information about the Convention will be available in April 2018. For initial enquiries about this event, please email: [email protected]

Date And Time

Wed 28 November 2018

09:00 - 17:30 GMT


The Queen Elizabeth II Centre

Broad Sanctuary




Cost of Attending

There is a cost to attend the Convention. Delegate registration will be launched soon.

20% Discount on Early Bird Tickets

Early bird tickets will be priced as follows:

Full early bird delegate rate – £240.00

Discounted charity early bird delegate rate – £120.00
(please email [email protected] using your work email to apply)

Organisations must provide their charity registration number to apply for the discounted early bird delegate rate.

The early bird rate will be available until 31st May 2018.

To register your interest now, please email Sharon Brunt at Event Works Europe – [email protected].


Tickets will be on sale late April 2018.


Event Organiser
Future Care Capital

We are a national charity committed to engaging, educating and involving every generation in the development and delivery of unified health and care provision. Beginning life as the National Nursery Examination Board in 1945, we have evolved throughout our 70-year history and continue to have Her Majesty the Queen as our Royal Patron.