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Priorities for NICE in health & social care

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This Westminister Forum conference will discuss the priorities for NICE within health and social care following the publication of the NICE Strategy 2021 to 2026: Dynamic, Collaborative, Excellent earlier this year, which sets out NICE’s vision and priorities for transformation over the next five years, including:

  • rapid and responsive evaluation of technology, and increasing uptake and access to new treatments
  • flexible and up-to-date guideline recommendations which integrate the latest evidence and innovative practices
  • improving the effective uptake of guidance through collaboration and monitoring
  • providing scientific leadership through driving research and data use to address gaps in the evidence base.

It will be an opportunity to discuss the role of NICE in a changing health and social care landscape following the pandemic, as well as the opportunities presented for guidance to keep pace with the development of integrated care, innovative treatments, and data-driven research and technology.

Sessions in the agenda include:

  • key priorities for delivering the future vision and transformation of NICE going forward
  • developing evidence-based guidelines in a changing health and social care landscape:
  • flexibility, patient engagement, collaboration, and effective implementation
  • lessons learned from the use of rapid guidelines in response to COVID-19
  • the opportunities presented for improving the utilisation of data and the future for data-driven evidence and guidelines
  • taking forward new approaches to evaluating health technology - speed, cost-effectiveness, and engagement
  • priorities for industry engagement and improving value and access to innovative health technology
  • supporting the development and adoption of innovative medicines
  • the role of managed access and funding in delivering improved patient access to innovation
  • opportunities for using research and data analytics to meet gaps in the evidence base.

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