AMII 2012 Summit programme announced

The Association of Medical Insurance Intermediaries (AMII) has announced the programme for AMII 2012, its first Private Healthcare Summit on Tuesday, 3 July at the Royal College of Physicians, London.
The day is designed to be fully inclusive for all who operate in the PMI sector, bringing intermediaries, insurers and providers together for a programme of top-level debate.  Four keynote addresses will include a session from broadcaster and TV medical correspondent, Fergus Walsh, and a presentation entitled ‘can the private sector rescue the NHS?’ from the Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell MP, chair of the Health Select Committee.
In addition, Tim Kelsey, the UK Government’s Executive Director of Transparency & Open Data will examine how data transparency can transform 21st century healthcare, and Dr Ali Parsa, Chief Executive of Circle Partnership will discuss the future of hospital provision and his own company’s innovative approach.
There will also be a panel debate, chaired by Fergus Walsh, which will include representation from the insurers, intermediaries and hospital groups discussing the very topical issue of how to resuscitate PMI.
Running alongside AMII 2012 will be separate international healthcare sessions hosted by The Association of International Medical Insurance Providers (AIMIP) for those delegates interested in knowing more about international private medical insurance (PMI).
Wayne Pontin, AMII’s Chairman said, “We have an incredibly strong line up of speakers for AMII 2012 and the associated sessions on international PMI, and I would strongly urge anybody connected with our industry to make the time and attend. We are covering a number of very important topics and there will also be plenty of opportunity to network especially in the attendant exhibition area
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AMII 2012 will conclude with a Grand Finale Garden Party including champagne and strawberries in the College’s medicinal garden.