London, United Kingdom, August 25, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- With recommendations from the Independent Mental Health Task Force published earlier this year reaffirming the need for new payment models which incentivise swift access, high quality care and good outcomes, Capita’s Mental Health Payment Systems Conference is designed to support organisations in adopting new payment mechanisms.
In view of the increasing focus on moving towards an outcome based payment approach, this conference will provide key insight on adopting capitated and episodic funding arrangements and achieving meaningful outcomes through linking payment with quality and improvement. Attend to explore how to support health authorities transitioning from block contracts and promote greater integration in the delivery of high quality mental health services.
Key topics covered include:
· Developing a capitated funding model to deliver outcomes based mental health services
· Moving away from block contracts and understanding alternative viable payment arrangements
· Analysing data to measure outcomes and ensuring data quality
· Exploring risk sharing arrangements between commissioners and providers through greater integration and joint decision making
Bringing together commissioning teams and mental health providers, benefit from this opportunity to examine innovative practice on how to establish effective payment systems that support outcomes based mental health services.
Contact: Amna Khan on 020 7202 0562 or email@example.com
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