MENTAL HEALTH: FORWARD THINKING – DELIVERING THE STRATEGY

Thursday 15th September 2016 America Square Conference Centre, London

The NHS Five Year Forward View: Setting the direction for transformation.

New research undertaken by NHS Providers and the Healthcare Financial Management Association, revealed on Monday, found that only half of the 32 mental health trusts they spoke to – 55% of the total – had received a real-terms increase in their budgets in 2015-16.

The Guardian, 2016

The next five to ten years are about building the foundations for the next generation and driving real transformation. Key actions for the NHS include ensuring that people have greater access; services are designed in partnership; inequalities are reduced; care is integrated across physical, mental and social needs; and prevention strategies are prioritised for key moments in life.

At the Mental Health: Forward Thinking – Delivering the Strategy learn how the report’s recommendations will be hardwired into how care is commissioned, funded, delivered and inspected across the whole of the NHS and wider public sector.

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