The availability and utilisation of capital funding in the NHS continues to be a major barrier to transforming local care in England. While we await news in upcoming Spending Review, it is clear that across government and its agencies there is a growing preference to fund collaborative and/or mixed-use developments. As part of this new partnership approach, the government is focusing also on the increasingly mandatory use of the HM Treasury Green Book as the basis for project development and appraisal. Using the HMT Green Book is a rigorous process when working without external partners, never mind when seeking to build new partnerships for new projects.
This NHS Confederation and Local Academy Masterclass will equip delegates with new capacities in their understanding of collaborative project development. Taking a strategic and managerial perspective, this highly practical workshop uses group discussion and learning to incrementally build the 5 Stage Business Case of a complex and mythical health-related project, finding routes to avoid many common failures.
Delegates will understand the thinking behind the HMT Green Book and discuss the implications of the differing institutional capacities at both national and local levels. It will identify also a wide range of potential and evolving sources of external funding for NHS organisations and their local partners.
Who is this event for? NHS Finance Directors and Estates Leads at both STP/ICS and organisational level.
What does it cost? £149.00 + VAT
Places are limited and will be sold on a first-come-first served basis.
You can pay by card on the booking page. If you would prefer to book and receive an invoice for this event, please contact Michael Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org.