PF Perspectives: the health and care deficit diagnosed

13 Oct 16

Download our supplement on funding a healthy future

To join a panel discussion with PF Perspectives speakers on the future of health and social care finances email Saskia Black at Saskia.black@cipfa.org  The discussion, followed by a drinks reception, takes place on the eve of the Autumn Statement, on Tuesday 22 November, 5.30-7.30pm, at the  Medical Society of London, Lettsom House, 11 Chandos Street, W1G 9EB

Funding a Healthy Future: the health and care deficit diagnosed examines the future of health and social care in the face of an ageing population, financial constraints and Brexit.

This is the fourth collection of essays in the PF Perspectives series, following April's publication on the role of non-executives, Holding Public Services to Account. Earlier editions in the series examined strategies for local integration in public services and the future for public audit.

Contributors to PF Perspectives: Funding a Healthy Future include:

 Richard Humphries assistant director of policy at the King’s Fund

Anita Charlesworth, director of research and economics at the Health Foundation

Sally Gainsbury, senior policy analyst at the Nuffield Trust

Elisabetta Zanon, director of the NHS European Office at the NHS Confederation

Duncan Selbie, chief executive of Public Health England

Lord Peter Smith, Greater Manchester health and social care strategic partnership chair and leader of Wigan council

Mike Adamson, chief executive of the British Red Cross

John Matheson, former director of finance for NHS Scotland and past CIPFA president

Professor Matthew Cripps, national director of NHS RightCare at NHS England

Caroline Rassell, accountable officer at Mid Essex clinical commissioning group

Jane Payling, head of health and integration at CIPFA

Plus a special introduction by CIPFA chief executive Rob Whiteman

Download the white paper (5.96 MB) [44 downloads]

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