Annual mental health finance conference 2018
Integrating mental health in new models of care
27 September 2018
110 Rochester Row
About this eventThis comprehensive one-day conference will provide delegates with an interest in mental health a unique opportunity to engage in lively debate and discussion with colleagues from across the country. It is a chance to share knowledge and experience with NHS finance colleagues and learn from other practitioners and experts in the field.
Who is the event for?Whilst aimed primarily at finance professionals in provider trusts it should also be of value to CCG finance colleagues, commissioners, non-executives, service managers and clinicians.
How would you benefit by attending?
The HFMA annual mental health conference is truly unique in it's collegiate, community atmosphere. Throughout the day we will:
- Explore how effective the 5 year forward view has been in the integration of mental health into physical health
- Hear about the extent that mental health has been embedded in the prevention agenda
- Challenge the stigma attached to mental health
- Hear case studies from neighbouring trusts that share best practice
"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"
What will you be doing on the day?This one day offers a packed agenda with high-profile speakers discussing the latest in policy and thought-leadership, complemented by a selection of workshops showcasing practical take-home learnings.
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110 Rochester Row, 110 Rochester Row, London, SW1P 1JP
Opening keynote address: Professor Tim Kendall, National Clinical Director for mental health at NHS England and NHS Improvement
Being an NHS Chief Executive: what they never told me
Lisa Rodrigues CBE, Writer, coach, mental health campaigner and former Chief Executive at Sussex Partnership NHS FT
Learning from Berkshire: The role of digital technology in providing safer and more efficient mental health services
Mark Davison, Director of IM&T, Berkshire Healthcare NHS FT
Look ahead: working with accommodation partners to support successful patient discharge in to the community
Irmani Smallwood, Director of Business Development and Innovation and Angelina Morgan, Head of Operations at Look Ahead
Transforming service models to meet care integration and care closer to home challenges
Matthew Page, Chief Operating Officer, Avon & Wiltshire Partnership Trust and Stefan Mieczkowski, Client Director, SSG Health
NHS Improvement and HFMA mental health faculty: Quality Improvement Toolkit
Clare Lyons-Collins, NHS Improvement & Keith Loveman, Director of Finance, Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS FT
Collaborative working and lived experience leadership – Delivering transformative mental health support for better value
Tom Renhard, Project Manager, Bristol Independent Mental Health Network (BIMHN)
Investing in digital to secure real-world impact: improving care in Coventry & Warwickshire
Prince Ade-Odunlade, Divisional Director, Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust, Neil Mulholland, Deputy Director Finance, Coventry & Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust Dion Davies, Interim Deputy Director, North East London POD CSU & ELHCP STP Lead, Hugh Lloyd-Jukes, CEO, Oxehealth
Closing the prevention gap through supporting local action. The work of Public Health England and partners
Gregor Henderson, Strategic Advisor for mental health & wellbeing at Public Health England