Last few places at outcomes based diabetes event

23 November 2016

There are a few places available for PCC’s workshop on outcomes based approaches to commissioning and provision of diabetes services in London next Monday and in Manchester the following week. The event is free to attend for commissioners and providers. The event includes case studies illustrating how patient-centred outcomes drive better services. Delegates will learn how to make the link between value and population health in local commissioning plans.

Speakers include Robert McGough from law firm Capsticks who will cover the legal aspects and other success factors in contracting for outcomes, and Georgina Craig on how to engage patients on the development of meaningful outcomes.

Book now either for 28 November in London or 5 December in Manchester. The workshops have been developed with funding and support from Novo Nordisk. This has included funding for project management, venue hire, refreshments, speaker fees and speaker travel expenses.

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