09 February 2017 - 09 February 2017
110 Rochester Row
Funding health and social care over the next decade is a key concern for commissioners, providers and service users. As financial, demographic and service pressures facing the NHS and local government intensify, the need for integrated care to improve people’s experience of health and care, the outcomes achieved and the efficient use of resources will only grow.
The pooling of resources across health and social care boundaries is an important ingredient of effective integrated care. The National Audit Office has highlighted the main risks and challenges as the system changes radically. The NHS, Department of Health and Communities and Local Government are expecting local efficiency initiatives, service transformation and the Better Care Fund to help local government manage financial and service delivery pressures.
This one day Summit, jointly produced by HFMA and CIPFA, will bring together finance leaders from the NHS and local government to explore the key and strategic challenges facing their organisations as they seek to work together on STPs, develop plans for strategic service integration and deliver better outcomes for local communities.
Who should attend this event: Chief Financial Officers, Finance Directors, senior finance professionals and other board members in ALL sectors - Commissioning, Providers, Local Authorities and other relevant public sector organisations.
110 Rochester Row, London, SW1P 1JP
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