CfPS health scrutiny conference – a great success
Anatomy of Accountability – national health scrutiny conference – 27 June 2017
The Centre for Public Scrutiny, in partnership with the NHS, hosted a well attended and engaging national conference focusing on the most important issues facing health, social care and accountability. With more than 100 attendees the event saw a range of high profile national speakers explaining the need for reform (the many well documented pressures facing health services) and equally highlighting some of the accountability risks associated with wide-scale change.
There was broad consensus from across the panels, workshops and delegates that local government is key to helping keep people healthy and a vital role to play in scrutinising services which support people when they are not well or need additional help.
We were delighted with the turn-out and participation from the day and a big thank you to all the delegates that attended and the speakers and facilitators for their contribution. A fuller write up capturing events from the day as well as some of the social media activity surrounding #cfpshealthconf will follow shortly.
Slides used on the day can be downloaded below.
Jeremy Taylor, Chief Executive, National Voices: presentation
Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care, CQC: presentation
Margaret Willcox OBE, President, ADASS: presentation
Ashley McDougall, Director Local Service Delivery Value for Money, NAO: presentation
Jane Payling, Head of Health and Integration, CIPFA: presentation
Building whole system accountability: presentation
Sustainability and transformation plans: opportunities for joint working: presentation
New models of care: presentation
Don’t forget public health: presentation