Bringing together health & social care - how do we do it?
Tough choices on public expenditure have been made after the Comprehensive Spending Review. Spending on health and social care collectively comes to around £170 billion, just under 25% of the total government budget. An ageing population puts pressure on health and social care spending, and despite £8 billion for health and the social care precept of 2%, the system will be under great strain.
Capgemini is co-sponsor of the event, joining the Round Table discussion which will examine ways in which the government, the National Health Service (NHS), local authorities, charities, and the private sector can work together to provide improved outcomes both for the patient and for the taxpayer, through the delivery of more integrated services.
The event will feature overview sessions with senior politicians who have policy and implementation responsibility for the integration of health and social care, alongside expert contributors with economic and operational perspectives and with specific knowledge of community engagement.
For more information, please contact Richard Haynes
Richard Haynes, Vice President, Health & Social Care, Capgemini UK - Richard is vice president, health & social care at Capgemini UK, where he is responsible for harnessing the Group’s digital transformation capability to support clients’ work improving healthcare outcomes. Richard has a wealth of experience helping public and private healthcare organisations to deliver major change, from whole health strategy and service provider integration to workforce productivity and retention. Richard has over 17 years experience in with health and local public sector organisations, including providers and commissioners. Before joining Capgemini, he worked at EY, Deloitte and KPMG