Monday 25 January 2016


This NHSCSI Improving Rehabilitation Services Community of Practice webinar aimed to:

Highlight and illustrate the economic value of rehabilitation, using a local case-study from a provider and commissioner perspective. Provide an overview of what ‘value’ means in the context of rehabilitation and describe resources and support available to help providers and commissioners quantify value.

Speakers included:

  • Tara-Lee Baohm, Deputy Director of Strategic Delivery, Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge CCGs.
  • Carol White, Deputy Director, North East London NHS Foundation Trust.
  • Joanna Parris, Programme Manager, NHS Future-Focused-Finance, Best Possible Value.
  • Read the speaker biographies.

After the webinar, participants:

  • Learned to be aware of how partnership-working between commissioner and provider to develop rehabilitation services can offer value to both outcomes for patients and the economy.
  • Learned to understand the imperative to demonstrate outcomes for patients and economic value in the contribution of rehabilitation services.
  • Learned to be aware of possible approaches to collecting and using data to demonstrate economic value.
  • Received guidance and signposting to support tools and resources to help quantify and build evidence of value.
  • Understood the benefits of and opportunities for close partnership working between finance and clinical teams & commissioners and providers.

Please refer to the RCSLT’s webinar guide for participants for more information on the webinar and technical requirements.

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NHS Clinical Soft Intelligence Service has developed this webinar with NHS England and it is produced in collaboration with the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.

1. Rehabilitation after illness, accident or injury is ‘the development, to the maximum degree possible, of an individual’s function and/or role, both mentally and physically, within their family and social networks and within the workplace where appropriate’.