HFMA/ CIPFA annual health and social care conference 2018
Conference, roundtable and dinner
19 September 2018
110 Rochester Row
About this event
This conference will focus on partnership working between health and local authorities within:
- Personal care budgets
- Children's care and education
- Population health
The conference is primarily designed for senior finance professionals in both health and local government organisations, specifically CCG CFOs and heads of social care finance. Other finance professionals - including those from providers, policy analysts and general managers involved in health and social care will also find this day of value.
Event content can be accessed for free if you are from a HFMA Commissioning Finance Faculty member organisation.
'Charting the landscape'
A roundtable for NHS and Local Authority Professionals in partnership with Future Focused Finance
Taking place after the conference, all delegates are invited to join colleagues to discuss and identify key issues, challenges and system wide priorities surrounding integrated care. The discussion will encourage the sharing of knowledge and experience, explore the current health and social care landscape and identify the threats, opportunities, fears and potential gains.
There will be a networking dinner following the roundtable for all those that attended. Click here for more details.
Please email email@example.com to book your place for the conference, roundtable and dinner.
110 Rochester Row, 110 Rochester Row, London, SW1P 1JP
|Commissioning Finance Faculty Partner||FREE|
|Commissioning Finance Faculty Partner - Extra Place||£149.00|
|CIPFA Member (Local Authority)||£269.00|
|Non-CIPFA Member (Local Authority)||£299.00|
Please note all ticket prices exclude VAT.
Attendance at the 'Charting the landscape' roundtable and networking dinner is complimentary. Please ensure you notify Josie Baskerville in advance if you would like to attend.
Amanda Allard, Assistant Director – Health, Council for Disabled Children
The impact of housing on the integration agenda
Clare Skidmore, Strategic Lead: Influencing and Networks, Housing Learning and Improvement Network, Jill Finnesey MDC’s Private Sector Housing Manager, ASSIST Mansfield District Council’s (Advocacy, Sustainment, Supporting, Independence and Safeguarding Team) & The ASSIST Hospital Discharge service, and Marcus Pratt, ICS Programme Director - Finance & System Efficiencies, Nottingham & Nottinghamshire ICSUnderstanding the benefits and challenges of integrated commissioning
Jessica Williams, Programme Director for our Care Together integration programme &
Interim Director of Commissioning NHS Tameside and Glossop CCG, Tom Wilkinson,
Deputy Director of Finance of Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
Balancing the Books
Jon Baker, Programme Director, NHS Shared Business Services
The interface between health and social care
Aileen Murphie, Director/MHCLG Local Government Value for Money, National Audit Office
Bending the curve in Bradford: Collaborative working between the NHS, local authority and police to reduce out of area placements
Kim Shutler-Jones, CEO, The Cellar Trust, Mark Trewin, Service manager for mental
health, Bradford Metropolitan Council and Chris Dixon, Clinical Lead of Acute Community Mental Health Services at Bradford District Care NHS FT
Attendance at the roundtable and networking dinner is complimentary following the conference. Please ensure you notify Josie Baskerville in advance if you would like to attend. To view the programme, please click here.
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