Round table on healthcare devolution and new models of care, Birmingham
Author: Localis |
‘Will a more localised health and social care system deliver better outcomes for the most vulnerable?’
Earlier this year, the Coalition Government announced some significant structural reforms to the health and social care system, most notably the announcement that the entire local health and social care budget would be devolved in Greater Manchester. With other places recently securing devolution deals and several more to be announced in the forthcoming spending review – some of which are likely to include elements of healthcare devolution – this roundtable will consider whether we are entering a new dawn of healthcare – and if so, the opportunities and challenges that this will bring. In particular, we will focus on whether such devolution will allow for better provision of care to those who might be termed ‘troubled individuals’ (i.e. those with complex drug/alcohol/behavioural problems, and those with learning difficulties and mental health issues).
The event, hosted by Localis and KPMG, will bring together senior figures from local government, the healthcare sector and other relevant stakeholders. Conducted under the Chatham House rule, the discussion will be structured around the following questions:
How will further devolution of powers, funding and responsibilities for health and social care affect and improve future care models? Will it be a catalyst for innovation for new approaches in the sector?
What are the main challenges that a more localised care system will bring? Will there be both political and capacity risk?
The outcomes of the event will feed into a major thought leadership report on how a more locally-oriented care system in England will be managed, due to be published early next year.
This event will be held in Birmingham on Tuesday 15th December. If you would be interested in hearing more about this event, please contact Jack Airey on email@example.com.