Designing the Future of Private Healthcare


Uscreates are holding an exclusive breakfast workshop, that will bring together a small number of private healthcare providers to explore the long-term future of private healthcare.

Designing the Future of Private Healthcare will be held at the Royal Institute of British Architects on the 22nd March.

Leading Futures Consultant Fiona Bennie will present a range of foresight themes and discuss the short and long-term implications for the private healthcare sector.

The event is designed for senior leadership and management to support challenges around innovation, growth, behaviour and culture change, and efficiencies.

Typical challenges include;

  • How do I prepare and innovate around digital?
  • How can I bring staff along on the change journey?
  • How can I achieve efficiency savings?
  • How can I innovate my business, product or services to respond to future challenges?
  • How can I appeal to the consumer of tomorrow?


Key Speakers


Fiona Bennie

Fiona is an Uscreates associate. She brings over ten years’ experience in foresight and sustainability, focusing on creative approaches to strategy and innovation. By developing future scenarios, foresight, and sustainability principles she helps brands to build innovative solutions for the short and long-term. In healthcare she has worked with Bupa, Spire Healthcare and the NHS. Before setting-up independently Fiona worked for L’Oreal marketing, led innovation projects at Forum for the Future and was Head of Sustainability and Foresight at design and innovation company, Dragon Rouge.


Zoe Stanton

As the co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer at Uscreates, Zoe’s role is to lead Uscreates to be the market pioneer in communication and service design for health and wellbeing. With over 10 years’ experience designing, directing and delivering change programmes for clients in the public, private and third sector. Zoe has led over 30 programmes with the Spire Healthcare, HCA, Health Foundation, Department of Health and NHS England. As a result these have tackled some of the UK’s most challenging issues.

This is an invite only workshop, but if you feel like this would be an event that would benefit your organisation we do have a few spaces available.

To register your interest please contact Denica Alleyne

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