There is significant change on the horizon for healthcare, from the way that we work as a system, to the technology that we use and what patients expect from the NHS.
The NHS continues to show unparalleled resilience in the face of mounting pressure, but it is widely agreed that the current climate is unsustainable. How do we close the gap between demand and resource to create a truly sustainable healthcare system?
One way to do so effectively is to build collaborative relationships between financial and clinical teams to ensure that quality, measured by outcomes and cost, is taken into account in arriving at value-based decisions.
Future-Focused Finance and HFMA’s Healthcare Costing for Value Institute have partnered to deliver the Value Summit 2019. This event will tackle one of the key pieces in the value jigsaw – clinical and financial collaboration. The day will provide real life examples of clinical and financial teams working together to close the gap between demand and resource, helping to create a truly sustainable healthcare system.
This event is designed for clinical and financial professionals.
- Sir Muir Gray - Executive Director, Oxford Centre for Triple Value Healthcare
- Caroline Clarke - Group Deputy Chief Executive, Royal Free London NHS FT
- Dr Jane Carlile - Group Medical Director & Consultant Psychiatrist, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS FT
- Bill Gregory - Chief Finance Officer, Lancashire Care NHS FT
- Peter Ridley - Group Chief Finance & Compliance Officer, the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
- Jagtar Singh - Trust Chair, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust
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Wednesday, May 22, 2019 - 09:00
Millennium Gloucester Hotel, Kensington, London