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In Control attends House of Commons roundtable on personal health budgets

In Control was invited to attend a breakfast roundtable discussion on personal health budgets at the House of Commons recently.

The discussion, hosted by Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell MP was an opportunity for leading figures in the sector to debate the future of personal health budgets.

Under 'Chatham House Rules' attendees were invited to debate how personal health budgets are currently being used and how they can be further developed. Discussions also centred on whether they have the potential to drive integrated services, whether people should be allowed to top-up and what lessons can be learned.

Attendees included:

  • Julie Stansfield, CEO In Control
  • Martin Cattermole, delivery programme manager for personal health budgets pilot programe, Department of Heath
  • Clare Whelan, researcher, Office of Stephen Dorrell MP
  • Adam Asmal, student, Office of Stephen Dorrell MP
  • Roger Matthews, chief dental officer, Denplan
  • Gemma Newbury, personal health budgets project manager, NHS Nottingham City
  • Jay Dobson, personal health budgets project lead, NHS Midlands and East Cluster SHA
  • Dr Jonathan Shapiro, consultant director, 2020health
  • Gail Beer, consulant director, 2020health
  • Jonathan Paxman, senior researcher, 2020health
  • David Walden, Director of Adult Services, Social Care Insitute for Excellence (SCIE)
  • Dr Sarah Carr, senior research analyst, SCIE
  • Andrew Sanderson, Deputy Director, NHS Commissioning NHS Policy and Outcomes Group, Department of Health
  • Stuart Lane, personal health budgets project manager, Hull's City Health Care Partnership
  • Jamie Foster, Partner, Hempsons Law Firm
  • Anne-Marie Mason, personal health budgets coordinator, Cheshire Centre for Independent Living
  • Charlotte Morris, intern, 2020 heath

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Last Updated : 09 July 2012. Page Author: Laura Bimpson.