The Changing NHS Landscape - What you need to know

Presented by

Paul Taylor, Interim Regional Director of Finance (South) - NHS England

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This free webinar will address the key issues that all finance staff will need to consider during these challenging and changing times in the NHS. It is vital to be prepared, both personally and professionally even if you are not currently directly affected by change, it is important to keep one step ahead. Don't miss this opportunity to learn and understand more about the NHS reforms and current context. We are delighted to announce that Paul Taylor, Interim Director of Finance, Royal Orthopaedic Hospital FT, will lead this session giving you a clear picture and national perspective of the current key issues and priorities across the NHS. This webinar will be an hour long and will consist of the presentation followed by a question and answer session, which will allow you to pose your questions to the facilitator.

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