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The Centre for Health Economics & Policy Innovation, Imperial College Business School, invites you to join us at our conference:-
New Frontiers in Health Policy: Innovation and Incentives in Public Health and Health Care

31st May 2017

Imperial College Business School, Imperial College London,

South Kensington Campus SW7 2AZ
A day of talks and debates at Imperial College Business School on how health policy must adapt to today’s global challenges in public health and health care. Join us at this unique event marking the launch of Imperial College London’s new Centre for Health Economics and Policy Innovation. Leading health economists and health management scholars will discuss new frontiers in health policy research and practice with policy-makers, civil society and business leaders. The conference will address three main themes:
•	Today’s challenges in health care innovation: how different countries perform in promoting the development and adoption of innovation.
•	New paradigms on the use of incentives to promote quality and efficiency in the delivery of health care.
•	Addressing global health challenges: new frontiers in public health research on environment, nutrition and infectious diseases.
The conference is primarily intended for an audience of policy makers in public and health care, academics, research funding organisations, senior executives from civil society and business organisations. Please, register your interest in participating as a delegate by completing the online registration form.

Participation is free of charge but places are limited so early registration is advised