Using social investment in end of life care to promote innovation in healthcare

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Jason Dorsett, Katherine Archer and Linsey Lambeth from Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

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This webinar will explain what social investment is and demonstrate how it is being used to improve end of life care in Oxfordshire. The webinar will presented by Linsey Lambeth, Social Finance and Macmillan fund lead, along with Jason Dorset, chief finance officer, and Katherine Archer, head of financial performance, from Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Showcasing Social Finance’s largest social investment in health into a provider trust, the webinar will cover: using an evidence-based approach and joint analysis to population need and system working partnering with Social Finance to fund up-front costs using a reduction in avoidable bed days to determine the level of repayment explaining how data is being used to identify continuous service improvement talking about the application of Social Finance funding for other opportunities where up-front costs can prevent providers from the delivery of long-term improvements There will be time to ask questions including the governance and accounting implications of the investment.

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