Does better costing lead to better value healthcare?
A Business of Health event, with Professor Chris Chapman
Join the University of Bristol’s Professor Chris Chapman in a 30-minute talk plus 30 minutes of Q&A to discuss the design of cost systems for healthcare providers, and the link between costing and healthcare outcomes for patients and society.
This is a must-attend for anyone engaged in healthcare funding, budgeting and management in the private or public sector.
Professor Chapman is a dynamic, informative and engaging presenter who is highly regarded in the field of healthcare costing and management. He has advised and worked with the NHS, World Health Organization and other bodies on the conduct, opportunities and challenges faced by those seeking to achieve better value healthcare.
This is a free event, but space is strictly limited, so registrations online are essential.
About the speaker
Chris Chapman is a Professor of Management Accounting at Bristol University, and an editor of Accounting, Organizations and Society and is the President of the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management. Having previously researched the ways in which people work to make accounting relevant to operational decision making in a variety of contexts including restaurants and professional service firms, Chris' current research focuses on the design of cost systems for healthcare providers.