Integration summit

Sharing learning from across the devolved nations

07 February 2019

110 Rochester Row



About this event

Our fourth annual Integration Summit, jointly held by HFMA and CIPFA, will focus on the devolved nations, the challenges they each face, their different structures and the future for each health system.  The event will also have a focus on NHS England's long term plan and the social care Green Paper.  Delegates will hear from a range of speakers about their perspectives and what impact these plans may have across the health and care system.

Who should attend?

The Integration summit is a unique place where all those that have an interest in integrated finance, governance structures and the challenges of leading system change across health and local government can come together. Those that attend this year's event will hear from a number of speakers from within the devolved nations share their perspectives and experiences to give delegates an understanding of their integration journey and how we can learn from them.

Register today

If your organisation is a member of the HFMA Commissioning Finance Faculty, attendance at this event is free as part of your subscription.

HFMA Commissioning faculty members can bring a local authority colleague with them for free to this years Integration Summit. Please email josie.baskerville@hfma.org.uk to check your organisation's membership status and reserve your place.



In partnership with Cipfa_cmyk (2) (002)


Presentations
Wales healthcare update
Steve Elliot, Deputy Director of Finance, Finance Directorate, Health and Social Services Group, Welsh Government

Scotland healthcare update
Richard McCallum, Deputy Director - Health Finance and Infrastructure, The Scottish Government

Northern Ireland healthcare update
Neil Guckian, Director of Finance & Estate, South Eastern Trust

The NHS Long Term Plan
Barny Leavers, Head of Financial Strategy & Allocations, NHS England

Social care green paper
John Jackson, National Care & Health Improvement Adviser Finance and Risks and Iain MacBeath, Director of Adult Care Services for Hertfordshire County Council, ADASS