National Sector Forums for costing mental health services
This event is hosted by The King’s Fund and NHS Improvement. Primarily designed for directors of finance, this event will also be of interest to clinical, operational and transformation leads who contribute to and use patient information to improve care delivery.
Join us in January to explore how NHS trusts, local health economies and national organisations are using patient-level information and costing (PLICS) to improve planning and delivery of care. You will learn about upcoming changes to mandatory cost collections and have the chance to network with mental health colleagues from across the country.
Please register to secure your place. If you are unable to attend but would like to nominate a colleague to take your place, please email us or call The King’s Fund’s Events and Partnerships team on 020 7307 2596.
This event is part of a wider series. You might also be interested in:
National Sector Forums for costing acute services
22 January | The King’s Fund, London, W1G OAN
National Sector Forums for costing community health services
24 January | 25 Churchill Place, London, E14 5EY
National Sector Forums for costing ambulance services
25 January | 25 Churchill Place, London, E14 5EY
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