A key element in the transformation of the NHS' healthcare services will return to London in March 2013 in the form of the Healthcare Innovation Expo.
Speakers including Health Secretary Andrew Lansley and chief executive of the NHS Sir David Nicholson will appear at the event.
Game-changing ideas, technologies and processes that have been designed to improve patient care and the productivity of services will be showcased.
The health event, now in its third year, is a core part of the healthcare calendar and in 2013 a 10,000-strong international audience is expected.
Delegates attending are likely to be representatives from the private, public, scientific, academic and business worlds.
Miles Ayling, director of innovation and service improvement at the Department of Health, said: "Now, more than ever, innovation has a vital role to play in delivering higher quality care and value for money while at the same time driving economic growth."
Technologies and devices which are expected to be exhibited, as at the Expos in 2009 and 2011, will range from surgical robotics to the use of telemetry equipment which can help to assess heart attack patients in ambulances.
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