Arts Commissioning within Health – A Conversation with Mary Hutton part of AHSW Big Give Events
Join us for an online conversation with Mary Hutton and Bill Boa about arts commissioning within the Health Sector
About this Event
We’re being joined by Mary Hutton, ICS Lead/Accountable Officer, NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group, for an in-depth conversation about the financial challenges of commissioning in the healthcare system, with particular reference to Mary’s work on ‘One Gloucestershire’. This online event will offer attendees the chance to pose questions to Mary alongside questions posed by AHSW Trustee Bill Boa. Bill has 25 years’ experience in Finance in the NHS, and is Director of Boa & Associates Consultancy Ltd which works with healthcare providers, commissioners and support services in the public and private sector.
With both Mary and Bill committed to the improvement in quality of services and patient experience, this 45- min session will be a great opportunity for discussion about the challenges and benefits for maintaining support for arts and creativity as a conduit for prevention and reducing inequalities in the healthcare sector.
This event is in support of Arts and Health South West Big Give Christmas Appeal: Flourishing Through Creativity- Supporting Better Mental Health, and so instead of a set ticket price we are encouraging attendees of this event to donate what they can to our Big Give Appeal when it goes live.
Donations of any size will make a real difference to our Big Give Christmas Appeal, as for every pound donated it is matched and DOUBLED via the Big Give from 1st – 8th December!
Anyone can donate to our AHSW Big Give Christmas Challenge Appeal from midday on Tuesday 1st December 2020, so attendees can commit their support in advance via our website.
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