How SLM/SLR will add value.

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John Graham, Director of Finance, The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust

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This webinar will give you the opportunity to hear from John Graham, Director of Finance of The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals Trust, how SLM/SLR has added value to their organisation and the benefits of clinical engagement. Learn from the experiences of this Trust, the difficulties and challenges they face in achieving effective implementation and how these are being overcome. The session will also give ample time for questions and answers. Who should attend? Finance Directors, Ops Directors, Medical Directors, Nurse Directors, Divisional Leads, Service Line Leads, senior finance professionals. The webinar may also be relevant for other clinicians and managers, Chief Executives, HR Directors, Chairs and Non-Executive Directors. Please pass on details throughout your teams and to colleagues as appropriate. This webinar is a forerunner to the national one-day conference ‘Increasing value for patients through enabling effective clinical and financial engagement’ being held on 16 September in London.

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