HFMA/CIPFA Integration Summit- ‘Sharing learning from across the devolved nations’

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Event summary

Our fourth annual Integration Summit, jointly held by HFMA and CIPFA, is a unique place where NHS provider directors of finance, directors of adult social care, local authority treasurers, CCG CFOs and STP finance directors can come together.

Date

07 February 2019
Starts: 09:00
Ends: 16:30

Location

110 Rochester Row, Victoria, London
London
Greater London
SW1P 1JQ
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Standard price

£299.00 excl VAT

About this event

This year our focus will be around the devolved nations: the challenges they each face, their different structures, the lessons learnt and the future for each health system. You will hear from a number of speakers from within the devolved nations share their perspectives and experiences to give you an understanding of their integration journey and how we can learn from them.

During the afternoon we will focus on the NHS England long-term plan and the social care Green Paper. The government announced increases in NHS funding over five years, beginning in 2019/20, and has asked the NHS to come up with a 10-year plan for how this funding will be used. The government and the NHS are working together to produce the plan along with proposals for social care funding for which the Green Paper is expected in the autumn. You will hear from a range of speakers sharing their perspectives and what impact these plans may have across the health and care system.

This summit is intended to stimulate discussion and help you to consider the practical applications for your own organisation.

Each speaker has been asked to allow plenty of time for debate and Q&A which will operate under the Chatham House Rule. Attendees are encouraged to come prepared to participate and engage in a safe environment.

Further information and booking see the HFMA website here.

Who should attend?

The Integration Summit is a unique place where NHS provider directors of finance, directors of adult social care, local authority treasurers, CCG CFOs and STP finance directors can come together.