Annual mental health finance conference 2019

Annual mental health finance conference 2019

17 October 2019

110 Rochester Row

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About this event

The NHS long-term plan has pledged a record level of investment in mental health services of £2.3 billion by 2023-24 and promises faster access to services nationally. The plan is extremely welcome for those working within mental health services, however questions remain around how this ambitious plan is going to be delivered.

Now in it’s 16th year, the HFMA annual mental health conference is the flagship national mental health finance event of the year. The programme for October will reflect on the recommendations set out in the Five Year Forward View (FYFV), with representatives from the national bodies on hand to answer your questions around service reform, integrated working and the realities of implementing the NHS long term plan.

Why should you attend?

This comprehensive one-day conference will provide delegates with a unique opportunity to engage in lively debate and discussion with colleagues from across the UK. This event is a chance to share knowledge and experience with NHS finance colleagues, whilst hearing from technical leaders and experts in the field.

Whilst aimed primarily at finance professionals in mental health and provider trusts, this conference will also be of value to community finance colleagues, commissioners, non-executives, service managers and clinicians.

Register today

For more information please email josie.baskerville@hfma.org.uk


Venue
Sponsorship opportunities

110 Rochester Row, 110 Rochester Row, London, SW1P 1JP

A range of supporter opportunities are available for this event. For more information about how to get involved please email paul.momber@hfma.org.uk or call 0117 938 8972
Delegate feedback from last year..


"Some excellent information gathering, inspirational speakers and good networking"

"The focus on MH rather than a mixed bag of NHS issues was invaluable"


 "The conference was very useful and I look forward to attending again next year"