Using social investment to support system priorities and drive outcomes

18 May 2021 at 09:30



About this webinar

This webinar explains what social impact bonds (SIBs) are and demonstrates how they have been used to improve end-of-life care in Somerset and South West London. 

The webinar:
• includes case studies from NHS Somerset on how they worked as a system to deliver an innovative new approach to advance care planning services, and from NHS South West London on their experience of launching an end-of-life care service during the pandemic 
• showcases Social Finance’s new model for working system-wide to ensure that SIBs remain relevant in an ICS and block contract world
• discusses the way that the SIB model can support recovery including using dashboards to support services to focus on reducing health inequalities.

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