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Contracting for new care models


Contracting for new care models

Creative use of the contracting process is a critical factor in making new models of care happen. Without bold, robust contracting the theoretical benefits of more efficient, better integrated and higher quality care systems will not be realised.

This event provides updates on the rapidly evolving policy and contracting arrangements for MCPs and accountable care systems. Delivered by lawyers from Hill Dickinson who are working with areas that are starting to implement the new contracts, the event provides case studies and learning from around the country. It also demystifies the new jargon that surrounds the policy, explaining the difference between ACOs and ACSs, for example.

You should attend if you are directly involved in commissioning and contracting new care models or if you want to find out more about the impact of national policy on the development of local integrated care systems.

A few places remain on 8 March in London.