London, United Kingdom, September 22, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Capita Conferences’ National Personal Budgets Conference focuses on the challenges involved in shifting to a person-centred approach to care and health services, and how to achieve positive outcomes for services users through increased financial control and service choice.
As part of Government’s personalisation agenda, the draft Care and Support Bill will make personal budgets a mandatory part of care plans. By 2014, all clients receiving NHS Continuing Healthcare will have the right to ask for a personal health budget. With these important milestones ahead, the reality of delivering this new model with reducing resources and changing eligibility criteria is demanding innovative and creative approaches to successful delivery.
Key themes addressed at this event include:
- The development and implementation of integrated health and social care budgets
- Involving service users and User-Led Organisations (ULOs) in the design and delivery of personal budgets programmes
- Managing the culture change necessary to embed person-centred planning and outcome-focused working, and to challenge historic commissioning models
- Exploring roll-out for different user groups including mental health, older people, physical and learning difficulties, homeless clients and those in extra care and accommodation-based settings
Don’t miss this opportunity to assess current and future progress of implementing personal budgets in health and social care services. Attend this event to gain strategic guidance and transferable practice to enable you to deliver health and wellbeing outcomes through personalised service delivery.
For more details please visit the website at http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/health-social-care/full-conference/article/delivering-personal-budgets-conference.html?code=SMMK
or contact Richard Goddard - email@example.com; 020 7960 7719