Principal Hotel, Manchester
27 - 28 September 2018


HSJ Integrated Care Summit
Sharing experiences of health and social care integration to shape the future of place-based system working, commissioning reform and accountable care

Principal Hotel, Manchester
27-28 September 2018



Registration & Refreshments


Chair’s Opening Remarks
Dave West, Senior Bureau Chief, HSJ


From experimentation to reality: The vision for integrated services and systems in association with Carnall Farrar

Hannah Farrar, Managing Partner, Carnall Farrar
Professor Steve Field, Chief Inspector General Practice, CQC
James Sanderson,Director Personalised Care Group,NHS England
Rob Webster,Chief Executive,South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Lead,West Yorkshire & Harrogate STP


Regulatory alignment: The role of ‘the centre’ in the new health and care landscape. in association with Ridout Solicitors

Amanda Doyle, Chief Clinical Officer, Blackpool CCG and Lead, Lancashire and South Cumbria STP
Jennifer Howells, Regional Director South West, NHS England and NHS Improvement
Professor Gill Leng, Deputy Chief Executive and Health and Social Care Director, NICE
Paul Ridout, Director, Ridout Solicitors


Morning Refreshments


Interactive Session – Learning from and interrogating the ICSs, vanguards and New Models of Care: How far have we come?

In this session, delegates will break off into group discussions led by ICS and vanguard site leaders. Debate the aims, costs, hurdles and outcomes of different integration initiatives.

Nick Hulme, Chief Executive, Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust and Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust and Lead, Suffolk and North East Essex STP
Mohini Parmar, Chair, NHS Ealing CCG and Lead, North West London STP
Wendy Saviour, Managing Director, Nottinghamshire Health and Care STP

Insight Meetings
Reserve a 15-minute slot with one of the expert Summit partners to talk through your current challenges, and find solutions


Leading horizontally: Engaging stakeholders across the local health economy to collaboratively drive change

Sir Andrew Cash, Lead,South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw STP
Dr Anita Donley,Independent Chair,Mid & South Essex STP
Dr Claire Fuller, GP and Lead,Surrey Heartlands STP
John Rouse, Chief Officer, GM Health and Social Care Partnership

Strategic commissioning: Holding place-based providers to account

Helen Hirst,Chief Officer, Airedale, Warfedale and Craven CCG, Bradford City CCG and Bradford Districts CCG

Paul Maubach,Accountable Officer,Dudley CCG and Walsall CCG


Networking Lunch


Lunch Session A – session reserved for Marie Curie

Lunch Session B – Lunch Session B – Leveraging advanced analytics to predict the needs of your local health economy tomorrow. In association with Transforming Systems
Colin Rees, Co-Founder and CEO, Transforming Systems


Session change


Strengthening primary care: Evaluating differing models of provision 

Professor Steve Field, Chief Inspector General Practice, CQC
Mike Holmes, Vice-Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners 
David Loughton, Chief Executive, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
Chaand Nagpaul, Chair, British Medical Association


Afternoon Refreshments & Networking


Public health and health inequalities: How prioritising prevention and system integration will make a difference In association with Nutricia

Richard Gleave, Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer,Public Health England
Tim Goodson, Chief Officer, Dorset CCG and Lead,Dorset STP
Jane Moore, Public Health Director, West Midlands Combined Authority
Mike Wallace, Strategic Affairs Director, Nutricia Medical Nutrition


Workforce crisis: Are integrated approaches a help or a hindrance?

Tracy Dowling, Chief Executive, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
Glen Garrod, Executive Director of Adult Care and Community Wellbeing,Lincolnshire County Council & President,ADASS
Andrea Sutcliffe,Chief Inspector Social Care,CQC


Chair’s Close
Dave West, Senior Bureau Chief, 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, Senior Bureau Chief, HSJ


Developing a robust model for borough-wide MSK service integration
In association with Circle Health

Breakfast Briefing B – session reserved for partner

Suggested topic: Healthy homes


Session change


Session 8 – Strategies for smoothing the health and social care divide: The Better Care fund and other controversies

James Bullion, Executive Director for Adult Social Service, Norfolk County Council
Greg Fell, Director of Public Health, Sheffield City Council
Nicola Gitsham,Delivery Lead Integrated Personal Commissioning, NHS England
Paul Najsarek, Chief Executive,  Ealing Council
David Pearson,Corporate Director Adult Social Care & Health, Nottinghamshire County Council
Will Tuckley Chief Executive, Tower Hamlets Council, and Chair, London Health Devolution Board

Place-based provision: Leveraging integrated approaches to optimise acute patient flow

Sir David Dalton, Chief Executive, Salford Royal NHS FT and Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
Karen James, Chief Executive, Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS FT
Dame Jackie Daniel Chief Executive,Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust


Health and social care integration in practice: The Scottish approach

Geoff Huggins, Director of Health and Social Care Integration, Scottish Government


Population health and technology: Building the foundations for data sharing and integrated care pathways. In association with Carnall Farrar

Richard Corbridge, Chief Digital & Information Officer, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Simon Eccles,
 Chief Clinical Information Officer, NHS England
Ben Richardson,
 Managing Partner, Carnall Farrar
Nicola Haywood-Alexander, CIO, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS FT and Digital Programme Director,​ ​South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw sICS


The financial context: Reforming funding flows and managing the bottom line in integrated health and care systems

Paul Maubach, Accountable Officer, Dudley CCG and Walsall CCG
Matthew Cripps, Director NHS RightCare, NHS England
Carol Culley, Treasurer, City of Manchester
Zephan Trent, Assistant Director of Strategic Finance, NHS Improvement


Morning Refreshments & Networking

Summit attendees have the option to attend facilitated speed networking sessions or book one-to-one meetings with selected summit partners


Keynote Presentation
Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England 


The future of health and social care: Deep-diving the role of integration within the long term plans
Ruthe Isden,Health Influencing Programme Director,Age UK


Chair’s Closing Remarks
Dave West, Senior Bureau Chief, HSJ 
Lunch will be served after sessions finish


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