Clinical Senate Forum – Thursday 30 May 2019: Improving Clinical Outcomes and Value for Money Across Care Pathways
At this Forum, system leaders, clinicians and patients heard and discussed what health and care outcomes and best value means from a clinician, finance director, patient, carer, public and integrated care perspective. Attendees had the opportunity to debate ideas on what delivering best value means and how a value based approach could be adopted systematically.
This event was held on Thursday 30 May 2019 09:00-12:30 at the King’s Fund and the programme is available here.
The presentations delivered at the event were as follows:
- Strategic direction – Sir David Sloman (Regional Director, NHS England and NHS Improvement – London)
- Lay person perspective – Richard Ballerand and Jacqueline Sealey (London Clinical Senate Patient and Public Voice Group Members)
- What does value really mean in healthcare? – Professor John Moxham (Director of Value Based Healthcare, King’s Health Partners)
- Improving clinical outcomes – view from a finance director – Duncan Orme (Operational Director of Finance at Nottingham General Hospital NHS Trust)
- Implementing value in a secondary care setting – Dr John Connolly (Director for Clinical Pathways, Royal Free Hospital)
- Good practice – implementing value based healthcare in Wales – Dr Gareth Roberts (Consultant Nephrologist and Associate Medical Director, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board)
The Forum also featured a marketplace, with information stalls from:
- Healthcare Financial Management Association
- London Mental Health Clinical Network
- London Dementia Clinical Network
- Healthy London Partnership
- NHS RightCare
- Getting It Right First Time
A summary report with key messages from this Forum is available here.