2019 Programme

2019 Programme

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


Hilton Deansgate, Manchester
19-20 September 2019



Registration & Refreshments


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


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

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

Ben Osborn, UK Managing Director, Pfizer

David Pearson, Chair, Nottinghamshire ICS

Jon Rouse, Chief Officer, Greater Manchester Health and Care Partnership


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

Panellists include:

Rosie Benneyworth, Chief Inspector of Primary Medical Services and Integrated Care, CQC

Peter Edwards, Partner, Capsticks

Clare Gerada, Co-Chair, NHS Assembly

Richard Mitchell, Chief Executive, Sherwood Forest Hospitals FT and Executive Lead, Mid Notts ICP


Morning Refreshments & Networking


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.

Helping patients get the most out of their medicines
In association with Healthcare at Home
Integrating resources towards better patient outcomes
In association with Pfizer
Optimising patient flow
In association with BCG
Driving efficiencies through clinically led procurement to maximise value across the NHS
In association with HST
Engaging high-risk citizens and patients

in sustainable self-management
In association with The Advisory Board

Reducing frailty
In association with Nutricia 
Removing barriers to productivity and performance in delivering future models of care
​In association with Serco 
Slashing bank and agency costs by optimising your workforce
In association with Lantum
Leveraging virtual clinics to optimise outcomes  

In association with Visibacare 


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


Networking Lunch


The practicalities of integration: Lessons from the UK and Spain
In association with Centene

Samantha Jones, Chief Executive, Centene UK

Manuel Bosch, Chief Innovation and Information Officer, Ribera Salud

Thea Stein, Chief Executive, Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust

Prof. Nick Harding, Chief Medical Officer, Centene UK

Financial and information flows: Enabling integration

Panellists include:

Simon Worthington, Director of Finance, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Siva Anandaciva, Chief Analyst, The King’s Fund

John Farenden, Senior Programme Lead, NHS England LHCRE Programme

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


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

Rosie Benneyworth, Chief Inspector of Primary Medical Services and Integrated Care, CQC

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

Optimising patient flow: Building resilient systems, redesigning services and enabling transformation
In association with Serco

Panellists include:

Tim Coney, Health Services Solution Lead, Serco

Richard Oakley, Director of Data Science & AI, Methods Analytics

Rebecca Child, Principal Consultant, ExperienceLab


Afternoon Refreshments & Networking


When getting home from hospital matters the most: A proven model of care that enables end of life care (EOLC) patients to die at home
In association with Marie Curie

Lynda Finney, Regional Manager - North West, Marie Curie UK

Patricia Rowland, Service Manager, Marie Curie UK

Population health management: Practical steps to achieving better outcomes at a lower cost
In association with BCG

Ben Horner, Managing Director and Partner, BCG

Jennifer Clawson, Partner & Associate Director, BCG

Karen Kirkham, Senior Medical Advisor Primary Care Provider Transformation NHSE/I, Integrated Care System Clinical Lead Dorset, Assistant Clinical Chair Dorset CCG, Locality Chair Weymouth and Portland


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

Panellists include:

Bill McCarthy, North West Regional Director, NHS England & NHS Improvement

Nigel Watson, Independent Chair GP Partnership Review, Department of Health and Social Care

Matthew Winn, Chief Executive, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, SRO for Ageing Well, NHS England/Improvement

Rebecca Richmond, Managing Director, International Research and Insights , The Advisory Board Company


Chair’s Close
Dave West, Deputy Editor, HSJ


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



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


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

In association with Allocate Software
Panellists include:

Martin Elliott, CMO, Allocate Software

Julian Hartley, Chief Executive, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust and Executive Lead, NHS Workforce Implementation Plan

Emily Holzhausen, Director of Policy, Carers UK

Rob Webster, Chief Executive, South West Yorkshire Partnership FT and Lead, West Yorkshire and Harrogate ICS


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 and System Transformation, NHS England

Fiona Wise, Executive Lead, BOB ICS

Helen Hibbs, STP leader, Black Country, and Chief Officer, Wolverhampton CCG


Successful system transformation: when the stars align
In association with NHS Transformation Unit

Workshop led by:

Alex Heritage, Chief Executive, NHS Transformation Unit

Dr Julia Simon, Deputy Chief Executive/Chief Strategy Officer, NHS Transformation Unit

Leila Williams, Chief Transformation Officer, NHS Transformation Unit

Early diagnosis: Taking a proactive approach to cancer detection to optimise outcomes and quality of life
In association with Siemens Healthineers

Peter Harrison, Managing Director, Siemens Healthineers

Peter Sharpe, Chief Executive, Cobalt

Phil Crosbie, Clinical Senior Lecturer & Honorary Consultant in Respiratory Medicine, Division of Cancer Sciences, Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health, University of Manchester, North West Lung Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust


Morning Refreshments & Networking


Prioritising prevention: Reducing demand and ensuring public health and wellbeing
In association with Nutricia

Shailen Rao, Director, Soar Beyond

Kevin Fenton, Strategic Director Place and Wellbeing, Southwark Council

Paul Johnstone, Regional Director North of England, Public Health England

Iain MacBeath, Director of Adult Care Services, Hertfordshire County Council and Co-Lead, Hertfordshire and West Essex STP

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

Cathy Starbuck, Assistant Director (Education, Work and Skills), Salford City Council

Russell Viner, President, Royal College of Child Health and Paediatrics


Integrated cancer care: Improving outcomes through alliances, ICSs and partnership working 
​In association with GenesisCare 

Panellists include:

Aldo Rolfo, Executive Manager, GenesisCare Europe

Debra Palmer, Senior Transformation Manager, West Midlands Cancer Alliance

Andrew Welch, Medical Director, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals Foundation Trust and Chair, Northern Cancer Alliance

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

Panellists include:

Peter Smethurst, Director of Patient Access to Care, Gilead Sciences

Glen Garrod, Executive Director of Adult Care and Community Wellbeing, Lincolnshire Council and Trustee and Former President, ADASS

Nick Hulme, Chief Executive, East Suffolk and North Essex Foundation Trust

Graham Foster, National Clinical Chair for Hepatitis C, NHS England


A year of uncertainty: What might the next 12 months bring?

Looking towards 2020 and a number of uncertainties on the horizon, what are the near- and longer-term predictions for the NHS? What have we learned over the course of the Summit that could help drive positive change in this context? Discuss with Panellists including:

Richard Barker, Regional Director, NHS England

Charlotte Augst, Chief Executive, National Voices

Neil Churchill, Director for Experience, Participation and Inequalities, NHS England

Rosamond Roughton, Director of Adult Social Care, Department of Health and Social Care


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

Lunch will be served after sessions finish

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