Since 1948, the NHS has constantly adapted itself as health needs change and the world around us continually evolves. This is the 13th year of the HFMA’s summer conferences and we are taking a new approach. To reflect the changes in the healthcare landscape and innovative ways of working, the provider and commissioner conferences will overlap on Thursday 6 July with the aim of facilitating networking and shared learning.
NHS organisations across England have come together in 44 areas to develop plans to make improvements to health and care around the triple aims of improving the experience of care, improving the health of the local population, and reducing per capita costs of healthcare.
It’s now time to implement these plans.
With services feeling the strain, collaboration between organisations will give all NHS and care staff the best chance of success. New ways to deliver care are being introduced, patient pathways revolutionised and tools developed for self-management of long-term conditions.
You will hear from the policy makers and leaders whose decisions shape your organisations’ destiny. You will gain an insight from your peers who are pioneering solutions to the problems that we are all facing collectively. The conferences will also include learning from the NHS systems in Scotland and Wales.