2019 Programme

19 - 20 September 2019
Hilton Deansgate, Manchester

2019 Programme

HSJ Integrated Care Summit
Enabling critical conversations across health and social care to locally embed the long-term plan

DRAFT AGENDA

Hilton Deansgate, Manchester
19-20 September 2019

DAY ONE

09.00

Registration & Refreshments

09.30

Chair’s Opening Remarks
Dave West, Deputy Editor, HSJ

09.45

Building your local long-term plan: Developing STP-wide 5-year strategies for health and social care

Learn from and debate with these experts how you can translate the national ambitions of the long-term plan into value-adding local action. Panellists include:

Claire Fuller, SRO, Surrey Heartlands ICS
Jon Rouse, Chief Officer, Greater Manchester Health and Care Partnership

10.30

Keynote Q&A: Delivering on the Long-Term Plan 

Quiz the NHS chief on his plans for the sector, and the impacts they are having at a national, regional and local level. 

Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England

11.15

Morning Refreshments & Networking

11.45

Regulation, legislation and delivery: Ensuring supportive system-wide frameworks to enable successful collaboration

Panellists include:

Rosie Benneyworth, Chief Inspector of Primary Medical Services and Integrated Care, CQC
Clare Gerada, Co-Chair, NHS Assembly

12.30

Interactive Discussion Groups

Join these intimate and focused small-group discussions to share experiences with senior colleagues and get your pressing questions answered. With tables limited to just 12 participants, ensure you sign up early to ensure your place at your preferred 2 tables.

Digitally enhancing services to optimise
outcomes across the ICS
In association with Visbiacare
 

Integrating health and care records Innovating in primary care Evaluating legal frameworks Optimising patient flow
In association with BCG
Ensuring high-quality care at home
Engaging high-risk citizens and patients
in sustainable self-management
In association with The Advisory Board
Enhancing rehabilitation outcomes Managing frailty Improving health and social care relationships

13.30

Networking Lunch

14.30

The practicalities of integration: Lessons from Spain, the US and beyond

In association with Centene

Session reserved for Serco

15.15

Integrated commissioning: Maximising value from local assets across health and social care

Fiona Edwards, Chief Executive, Surrey and Borders Partnership FT and Leader, Frimley ICS

Cllr Ian Hudspeth, Leader, Oxfordshire County Council and Chairman, LGA Community Wellbeing Board

Carolyn Wilkins, Chief Executive, Oldham Council and Oldham CCG

Integrated datasets: Enabling system-wide information flow

Panellists include:

Lee Rickles, Programme Director, Yorkshire and Humber LHCRE and CIO, Humber Teaching Hospital FT

Inderjit Singh, Head of System Architecture: SRO for LHCRE Programme, NHS England

16.00

Afternoon Refreshments & Networking

16.30

Optimising end of life care: Maximising the value and impact of fast-track continuing healthcare

In association with Marie Curie

Population health management: Achieving better outcomes at a lower cost
In association with BCG

17.15

Transforming primary and community care: Capitalising on the new funding and service models to bring care closer to home

Panellists include:

Nigel Watson, Independent Chair GP Partnership Review, Department of Health and Social Care
Alex Morton, Director Primary Care Transformation, NHS England

Integrated financial planning: Reforming funding flows and meeting system control totals

Panellists include:

Julie Hoare, Managing Director, Buckinghamshire ICS

18.00

Chair’s Close
Dave West, Deputy Editor, HSJ

19.15

Networking Reception & Dinner
Drinks reception from 19.15 with dinner served at 20.00. Finish at 22.00

DAY TWO

08.25

Chair’s Opening Remarks
Dave West, Deputy Editor, HSJ

08.30

Delivering integrated care: Building an integrated multidisciplinary health and care workforce

Panellists include:

Julian Hartley, Chief Executive, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust and Executive Lead, NHS Workforce Implementation Plan
Rob Webster, Chief Executive, South West Yorkshire Partnership FT and Lead, West Yorkshire and Harrogate ICS

09.15

Driving Transformation: Redesigning care pathways and developing innovative new services

In association with NHS Transformation Unit

Early diagnosis: Taking a proactive approach to cancer detection to optimise outcomes and quality of life

In association with Siemens Healthineers

10.00

From STP to ICS: Moving along the ICS pipeline to meet the 2021 deadline
Amanda Doyle, Chief Clinical Officer, Blackpool CCG and Fylde and Wyre CCG and Lead, Lancashire and South Cumbria ICS
Dominic Hardy, Director of Primary Care Delivery and Transforming Health Systems, NHS England
Fiona Wise, Executive Chair, BOB STP

10.45

Morning Refreshments & Networking

11.15

Prioritising prevention: Reducing demand and ensuring public health and wellbeing
In association with Nutricia
Panellists include:
Vin Diwakar, Regional Medical Director for London, NHS England and NHS Improvement
Kevin Fenton,
Strategic Director Place and Wellbeing, Southwark Council
Paul Jonstone
, Regional Director North of England, Public Health England
 

Integrated children’s services: Optimising outcomes across the first 1000 days and beyond

Sarah Hulme, Head of Children, Young People and Family Services, Camden Integrated Children’s Services
Charlotte Ramsdale, Strategic Director Children’s and Adult’s Services, Salford Council
Russell Viner, President, Royal College of Child Health and Paediatrics

12.00

Session reserved for GenesisCare

Enhancing patient experience: Reducing health inequalities, engaging with the public and delivering personalised care

Panellists include:

Professor Em Wilkinson-Brice, Chief Nurse and Deputy Chief Executive, Royal Devon and Exeter FT
Nick Hulme,
Chief Executive, East Suffolk and North Essex Foundation Trust

12.45

Interactive Showcase: Best practice and innovation from across the VCSE sector

Hear best-practice examples of local collaboration that have driven improved outcomes for patients both locally and regionally.

13.30

Looking to the future: Predictions, plans and progress for the next 12 months

Looking ahead to the close of 2020, what will have changed? What have we learned over the course of the Summit that could help drive this? Discuss with Panellists including:

Rosie Benneyworth, Chief Inspector of Primary Medical Services and Integrated Care, CQC
Neil Churchill, Director for Experience, Participation and Inequalities, NHS England

14.15

Chair’s Closing Remarks
Dave West, Deputy Editor, HSJ 
Lunch will be served after sessions finish

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