Learning from new care models here and abroad: making accountable care happen

03 October - 03 October The King's Fund

Speakers

Attendees

Sponsors

Exhibitors

Programme

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Beccy Baird

The King's Fund
Fellow in Health Policy
Beccy works in the health policy team, leading research and analysis across a range of health care issues. She has worked in the NHS and social care for more than 20 years, and before joining the Fund was associate director for service improvement in a cancer network. She spent two years in San Mateo County, California, developing a model of integrated health and social care funding and delivery for older people. She began her career as a researcher in older people and mental health services.
She has an MSc in health systems management from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Beccy is a trustee of Young Minds, the national charity for children and young people's mental health and is a qualified coach practitioner, accredited with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council.

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Vince Barry

Pegasus Health, New Zealand
Chief Executive Officer
Vince has had a career in health spanning 40 years in which he commenced as a Mental Health Clinician before undertaking a range of senior management roles in the hospital system and finally moving on to CEO of Pegasus in 2008.

Vince has undertaken a number of leadership roles over the past 9 years as part of the Canterbury transformation journey. The partnership he has created with the District Health Board has been one of the key factors in achieving an integrated response to Canterbury's one system one budget vision.

Vince also holds a role as director of HomeCare Medical the joint venture company (between Pegasus Health and Procare Health, Auckland) which runs the New Zealand National TeleHealth service. He is also Chair of General Practice NZ national CEO's group.

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Karen Caindec

South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA
Secretary and Treasurer
Karen Caindec, Tlingit and a CIRI shareholder, was born in Anchorage and raised in Eagle River, Valdez and Seward, Alaska. Ms. Caindec was an early scholarship recipient of The CIRI Foundation, and subsequently earned her degree in international business from Georgetown University. She developed her financial and business experience in marketing at Nestle Beverage. She serves on the Southcentral Foundation Board of Directors as secretary/treasurer, and also serves as a member of the audit and compensation committees. She received the 2014 National Indian Health Board (NIHB) Regional Impact Award in acknowledgement for her work with Southcentral Foundation that impacted health research. Ms. Caindec currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area where she raised her three children and is actively involved in the schools through Alaska Native cultural presentations and philanthropic activities.

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Sir Andrew Cash OBE

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Chief Executive
Andrew is Chief Executive of the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, one of the largest NHS foundation trusts in England with an annual budget of £1.1BN and 16,000 staff.
Andrew was the founding Chair of the Foundation Trust Network (FTN) and has undertaken three spells in the Department of Health – the most recent as Director General for health service providers.
He is a visiting Professor in Leadership and Development at the Universities of Sheffield and York. He chairs the NHS Employers Policy Board and is Deputy Chair of the NHS Confederation. He is a member of the Shelford Group which includes the top ten university hospitals in England.
He was appointed an OBE in 2001 and knighted in 2009 for services to the National Health Service.

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Dr Nav Chana

National Association of Primary Care (NAPC)
GP and Chairman

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Anna Charles

The King's Fund
Senior Adviser to the CEO
Anna is Senior Policy Adviser to Chris Ham. She joined the Fund in 2015 and has published work on financial pressures in the NHS, social care for older people, quality in community health services, demand and activity in general practice, mental health and new models of care.
Before joining the Fund, Anna worked as a doctor at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. She holds a medical degree and a degree in health care ethics and law from the University of Birmingham.

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Dominic Frankis

National Association of Primary Care (NAPC)
Programme Manager, Primary Care Home Programme

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Dr Duncan Gooch

Well Being Erewash
GP, Chair and Clinical Lead

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ProfessorChris Ham

The King’s Fund
Chief Executive

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Cllr Richard Kemp CBE

Deputy Chairman, Community Wellbeing Board, Liverpool City Council
Deputy Chair, Community Wellbeing Board, Local Government Association (LGA)
Cllr Richard Kemp CBE is the Deputy Chair and Liberal Democrat Spokesperson on the Community Wellbeing Board of the LGA. He is a former Leader of the Lib Dems in Local Government and Vice Chair of the LGA. Richard is a Liverpool Councillor and has been for 35 years. He currently is Leader of the Liberal Democrat opposition and sits as a member of the Health & Wellbeing Board. He was also for 9 years the UK representative on the Executive Board and World Council of the Global Body for Local Government, United Cities & Local Government.

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Dr Steven Laitner

General Practitioner
Steven Laitner is a General Practitioner with a Public Health and Clinical Leadership background.

As well as practising as a part time GP he is a freelance health consultant with his own consultancy company Programmes for Health which supports a range of healthcare commissioning and provider organisations.

Steven was one of the original architects of the Accountable Lead Provider model whilst working at the Department of Health, where he was also National Clinical Lead for Shared Decision Making.

He is currently supporting a range of organisations on developing accountable, integrated, programmes of care.

During 2016 Steven joined the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) as a Clinical Advisor to their Primary Care Home (PCH) Programme.

He has developed a keen interest in Population Health Management, in particular, Population Segmentation and Risk Stratification.

His work also covers new models of care delivery such as telephone triage, referral triage, self management support, care coordination, case management and care planning. He supports commissioners and providers to develop new programmes of care such as Musculoskeletal and Frail Elderly Programmes.

His clinical interests include primary care, frail elderly, care planning, self care support, GP access, patient leadership and shared decision making.

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David Loughton CBE

The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
Chief Executive
David is one of the longest serving Chief Executive’s in the NHS. He commenced as Chief Executive of University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust in 1986, he successfully led the organisation through two hospital mergers and developed with Warwick University a new medical school and reached financial close on building a new £400m hospital.
David commenced as Chief Executive of The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust in 2004. He has taken the organisation from one of the most financially challenged in the NHS to being financially sound+ whilst at the same time gaining a national and inter-national reputation for improving patient safety and experience.
The Trust host’s the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) - Clinical Research Network for the whole of the West Midlands, which is the largest network in the UK and currently ranks number 1 out of the 15 networks nationally for performance.
David worked with the Trust’s Special Administrator Team at Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust to desegregate and acquire a range of services from the former Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust.
In 2011 the Trust acquired the community services from the former Primary Care Trust and most recently has gone on to vertical integrate a number of GP practices with a list size of over 100,000 and is now progressing to become an Accountable Care Organisation (ACO)
The Trust has also developed the most advanced system in the world for tracking staff and patients (RFID). This has resulted in the last 12months in being able to close two medical wards, no medical outliers last winter, a 60% reduction in cancelled operations this saving £20 million per annum through all activity within the Trust being managed through a Command Centre

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Michael Macdonnell

NHS England
Director of System Transformation
Michael is Director of Health System Transformation at NHS England. His job is to develop effective health systems across England—capable of improving services whilst living within their share of the NHS budget—that move beyond the anachronistic purchaser-provider split. In practice this means bringing together the new care models programme with the support NHS England provides for sustainability and transformation partnerships and accountable care systems.
Previously Michael was director of strategy at NHS England during which he helped develop the NHS Five Year Forward View, and led a team responsible for driving the implementation of its core commitments.
Before that Michael was Senior Fellow at the Centre for Health Policy, part of the Institute of Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London and an advisor at the Prime Minister's Delivery Unit under Tony Blair.
Michael remains an Honorary Fellow at Imperial College London, and is a senior policy fellow at Cambridge University, with an interest in health system innovation and reform.

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Jim Mackey

NHS Improvement
Chief Executive
Jim became Chief Executive of NHS Improvement on 1 November 2015. Jim is a qualified accountant who joined the NHS in 1990. His previous roles have included:
Chief Executive of Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Interim Chief Executive of Northumberland Care Trust
Chief Operating Officer of Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust
Regional Director of Finance at the Regional Health Authority
Deputy Chief Executive of Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust
Director of Finance at North Tyneside Healthcare NHS Trust
He has a keen interest in quality of care, especially patient and family experience, and has participated in a number of reviews and national projects, including the Dalton Review in 2014.

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Paul Maubach

NHS Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group
Chief Executive Officer
I am the Chief Executive Officer for Dudley CCG. I have led Dudley CCG since we first started in April 2013. As well as undertaking my role in Dudley, in July last year I was asked to work as the Interim Accountable Officer for Walsall CCG in order to help turnaround their performance.

I have worked in the NHS for over 26 years, I am a qualified accountant, and I have a degree in mathematics from Warwick University and a master’s degree in leadership and organisational development from Birmingham University.

I also take overall responsibility for the work we are doing as a national vanguard for developing our new care model as a Multi-Specialty Community provider. As part of this work I co-chair a national task and finish group which is designing the outcomes framework for the new Multi-speciality Community Provider Contract.

I am also currently a member of the West Midlands Clinical Senate and a member of the Midlands and East Regional Talent Board.

I always advocate a way of working that is driven by clear values; recognising that the NHS is all about people: both the staff who provide services and the public who receive them - with the ambition to maximise the potential for staff to do the best job they possibly can; to maximise the potential for the public to take control over their own health and wellbeing; and to encourage learning so that we are always improving the way we deliver care.

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David Meates

Canterbury District Health Board, New Zealand
Chief Executive Officer
David is Chief Executive of the Canterbury and West Coast District Health Boards – responsible for the health services for over 550,000 New Zealanders, and the leadership of over 10,500 direct employees and thousands more NGO health sector workers contracted by the DHB.
He is a big picture thinker and has particular skills in leading change, and motivating and mobilising others to be part of the transformation. David is passionate about health and what’s possible when people grasp the vision and work collectively for the greater good. The achievements of the Canterbury Health System are testimony to his leadership. David has overseen the creation of what has been identified as one of the most integrated health systems in the world by The Kings Fund (an independent charity working to improve health and health care based in the UK).
In 2011 David was awarded the highest standing award by the NZ Medical Association for exemplary leadership for the devastating earthquakes in Canterbury. In 2014 David was made a member of the NZ Order of Merit for services to health.
Originally from Canterbury, David has worked in both the private and public sectors, in NZ and the UK.

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Michelle Mitchell OBE

Non-Executive Director, NHS England
Chief Executive, MS Society
Michelle has been CEO of the MS Society since 2013. She joined the organisation after witnessing the devastating impact that living with MS can have on individuals and families.
She has overseen a major realignment of our strategy. This has refocussed the charity on the things that people with MS have said are important to them. This has included championing major initiatives to highlight the injustices that people with MS and their families can face when accessing treatments, services and welfare benefits.
Michelle has extensive voluntary sector experience at a leadership level. She is a Non-Executive Director of NHS England and is a trustee of the MS International Federation. Michelle is also a managing member of the Progressive MS Alliance. She has been a trustee of the King’s Fund and the Power to Change Trust.
Before joining the MS Society, Michelle Mitchell was Director General for Age UK. Prior to that, Michelle was Chair of the Fawcett Society.
Michelle has a BA in Economics, an MA in Politics and Administration and an International Executive Diploma from INSEAD. Michelle is an alumna of the Innovations in Government Programme at Harvard University JFK School and of the Strategic Perspectives in Non-profit Management programme at Harvard Business School.
In 2016 Michelle ran the London Marathon to raise vital funds for MS research

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Sir Andrew Morris

Chief Executive
Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
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Dr Al Mulley

The Dartmouth Institute (United States)
Managing Director for Global Health Care Delivery Science

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Leanndra Ross

South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA
Senior Director of Organizational Development
Leanndra Ross is a Senior Director for Southcentral Foundation (SCF) responsible for the Family Wellness Warrior Initiative, Corporate Office Administration and the Executive Leadership Experience which is a program designed to groom SCF employees for future leadership. She is a co-creator and co-facilitator of SCF’s innovative relationship-based Core Concepts Training Program and a life-long Alaskan SCF customer-owner of Tlingit descent. She joined SCF in 1997 and became a critical supporting component to the Leadership Team, reporting directly to the CEO. Leanndra ensured seamless operations and management of the Office of the President, including staff and budget. Leanndra is a frequent presenter at SCF Nuka System of Care events and conferences.

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Wendy Saviour

Nottinghamshire Health and Care Transformation Partnership
Managing Director
After graduating from University with a degree in Social Policy, Wendy’s career in the health service began after joining the NHS National Graduate Training Scheme.

In August 2017 Wendy was seconded from her post of Director of Commissioning Operations, North Midlands to the role of Managing Director for the Nottinghamshire STP/ACS. Wendy continues to deliver the NHSE regulatory function for the commissioning system as part of her role as Managing Director.

Prior to this, Wendy was the Area Director for Birmingham, Solihull and the Black Country Area Team and between 2010 and 2012 was the Director of Commissioning Development for the NHS East Midlands, where she was responsible for ensuring the development and implementation of the new commissioning arrangements across the East Midlands.

From 2006 to 2010, Wendy held the post of Chief Executive at NHS Nottinghamshire County, building on her experiences as Chief Executive of Melton, Rutland and Harborough PCT and Director of Planning and Performance at Lincolnshire Health Authority. Other senior appointments included Director of Planning at Doncaster Royal Infirmary and General Manager posts in acute and community services in Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire.

During her extensive career, Wendy has also gained a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from Birmingham University.

Wendy currently lives in Nottingham.

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Dr Steve Tierney

South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA
Medical Director
Steve Tierney is Medical Director of Quality Improvement and Chief Medical Informatics Officer for Southcentral Foundation (SCF). Steve joined SCF in 1995 as a primary care physician. He became one of the key physicians who helped lead the transformation to a relationship-based customer-owned health care system. He also played a key role in developing the robust data mart that helps SCF’s integrated care teams interpret complex data for internal comparisons and external comparisons against HEDIS benchmarks, where the organization scored in the 90th percentile for many of its services. Steve is trained as a family physician and an acupuncturist. He received his medical degree from the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, Maryland. He still maintains an active family medicine practice in SCF’s Anchorage Native Primary Care Center. Steve presents nationally and internationally on transforming primary care, data integration, clinical quality program design, and complementary medicine integration efforts.

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Michelle Tierney

South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA
Vice President of Organizational Development & Innovation
Michelle Tierney has worked in support of organizational change at Southcentral Foundation since 1996. She held both medical services and organizational development leadership positions within the organization before assuming her vice president role in 2009. She served for multiple years on the Board of Examiners for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Program. She holds a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Alaska Anchorage and a master’s degree in human and organizational systems from Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, California. She recently earned her PhD in Human and Organizational Systems at Fielding Graduate University.

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Dr Nicola Walsh

The King’s Fund
Assistant Director of Leadership and Organisational Development

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Debbie Ward

Dorset County Council
Chief Executive

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Lena Abdu

First Community Health & Care
improvement and transformation lead
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Fiona Adamson

Hartlepool & Stockton Health
Chief Executive Officer
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iain anderson

NHS Medway CCG
Strategic Development and Delivery
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Dyane Aspinall

Liverpool City Council
Interim Director of Adult Servcies and Health
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Dr Tahir Awan

Neston Surgery
General Practioner
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Mark Axcell

Dudley & Walsall Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust
Chief Executive Officer
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Iain Baines

Calderdale CMBC
Head of Service for Asult Care (DASS)
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Sarah Binner

London Borough of Hammersmith
Transformation Project Manager Integration
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Emily Bowers

The HFMA
Event Executive
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Richard Brady

Care Quality Commission
Policy Lead
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Ed Brooks

BIMHN
Mental Health Service user representative
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Colin Brown

British Red Cross
UK Director
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Lucy Brown

Disability Initiative
Chief Executive
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Dawn Butler

Torbay & S Devon NHS Foundation Trust
AD Strategy & Improvement
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Tim Butterill

North Yorkshire and humber Major Trauma Network
Clinical Fellow major trauma
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Kathy Byrne

Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
Chief Executive
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Andrew Cash

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Chief Executive
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Dr Anna Charles

The King's Fund
Senior Policy Advisor to the Chief Executive
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Adam Chugg

3VA
CEO
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Janet Clark

first community health and care
Clinical Lead Therapies (MSC student)
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Nicola Cliffe

Care Quality Commission, T70 Payables F175
Integrated Care Manager
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Prof Mark Cobb

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Clinical Director
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Shannon Connor

Liverpool City Council
Cllr Sharon Connor
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Tahmina Coogan

TPP
Communications Manager
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Graeme Crawford

NHS
NHS - Patient Representative
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Ian Cross

Hampshire County Council
Transformation Design and Implementation Manager
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Dr James Cuthbert

Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust
General Practitioner
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Julie Dandridge

Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group
Deputy Director of Delivery & Localities
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Jackie Daniel

University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS FT
Chief Executive
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Iain Deboys

Health and Social Care Board
Assistant Director Commissioning
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Nina Desai

Optum
Population Health Solutions
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Beth Ellett

0AR Payables M265
NHS North of England CSU
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Karina Ellis

NHS Hull CCG
Head of STP Performance and Programme Delivery
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Catherine Fawlk

Mills & Reeve LLP
Principal Associate
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Richard Fradgley

East London NHS Foundation Trust
Director of Integrated Care
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Dr Mark Fraser

Countess of Chester Hospital
Associat Medical Director
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Patricia Frith

SCW CSU
Business Development Manager
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Dr Duncan Gooch

Wellbeing Erewash
GP, Clinical Sponsor
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Simon Gould

Assura plc
Senior Development Manager
DG

Dr Jayne Govier

Royal devon and Exeter
Associate Medical Director
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Viv Gration

NHS Dumfries & Galloway
Strategic Planning and Commissioning Manager
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Dr Peter Graves

Beds & Herts Local Medical Committee
Chief Executive
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Scott Gregory

AQuA
facilitator
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Idris Griffiths

NHS Bassetlaw CCG
Chief Officer
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Keith Griffiths

EAST LANCS HOSPITALS NHS TRUST
Director of Sustainability
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Mick Gumley

Lightfoot Solutions
Director of UK Health Alliances
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Lorna Hall

Primary Care Chester
ACS Programme Director
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Phil Hall

East Sussex County Council
Strategic Finance Advisor
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Dr Simon Harlin

Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust
GP
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Malcolm Harrison

Boots UK
Public Affairs
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Michael Harrison

Beds & Herts Local Medical Committee
Director of Innovation & Consolidation
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Oonagh Heron

North West London
Patient representative
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Clare Hillitt

NHS England
Network Manager
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Beryl Hodgson

Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust,
Project Manager
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Jo-Anna Holmes

Age UK National
Head of Integrated Care
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Wendy Horler

None
Retired
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Carole Hugall

Warrington Borough Council
ACP Clinical Director
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Ben Hulme

Optum
Director of Business Development
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Melanie Isherwood

GoCarer
Registered Manager
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Lisa James

KSS AHSN
Senior Programme Manager
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Dr Cath Jenson

Bromley Healthcare
Transformation clinical lead
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Julia Jessop

NHS England
Network Manager
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Kim Johnston

Leeds Beckett Universtity
PhD Researcher
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Dr Mark Jones

NHS Canterbury and Coastal CCG / Encompass
Vice Chair Encompass/ UC CL Encompass / CCG
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Niamh Kelleher

Macmillan Cancer Support
Policy Analyst
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Catherine Kelly

British Heart Foundation
Director, Prevent, Survival and Support
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Richard Kemp

Local Government Association
Deputy Chair Community Wellbeing Boad
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Mary Knower

London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
Public Health Strategist
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Jacqui Lansley

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council
Director of Strategy, Commissioing and Procurement
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Craig Lawton

National Assembly for Wales
Senior Policy & Communications Advisor
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Kieran Lee

Capita
Social Care Transformation Lead
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Dr Alison Loftus-Hills

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust
Assciate Director Integrated Care
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Rick Lomax

Sustainable Development Unit
Projects Analyst & Programme Manager
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Dr Colin Lorne

University of Manchester/CLAHRC GM
Research Fellow
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David Loughton

The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
Chief Executive
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Michael Macdonnell

NHS England
Director of Health System Transformation
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Tessa Mace

Bupa
Senior Manager, Strategy
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Jim Mackey

NHS Improvement
CEO
MM

Maxwell Madzikanga

NHS
Population Health Improvement Analyst
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Dr Jude Mahadanaarchchi

Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust
General Practitioner
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Lisa Mallet

first community health and care
Physiotherapist - MSC student
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Dr Karl Marlowe

East London NHS Foundation Trust
Clinical Director, Adult Mental Health Services
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Jane Marshall

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Direcotr of Strategy
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Paul Maubach

Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group
Accountable Officer
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Rebecca McKay

CRN Wessex
Chief Operating Officer
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Cally Mintern

Breast Cancer Now
Senior Research and Policy Officer
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Michelle Mitchell

Multiple Sclerosis Society
Chief Executive
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Neil Moore

NHS Mansfield and Ashfield CCG
Associate Commercial Director
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Prof Albert Mulley

The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
Managing Director, Global Health Care Delivery
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Joe Nguyen

PPL
Associate Director
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Chris O'Neill

NHS Hull CCG
STP Programme Director
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Emma Okeefe

NHS Fife
Consultant in Dental Public Health
JP

Justine Patterson

Cerner
Population Health Executive
JP

Jackie Pederson

NHS Doncaster CCG
Chief Officer
JP

Jo Poole

NHS England
Network Manager
DR

Dr Chandi Ratnatunga

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust
Associate Medical Director
DR

Dr Hugh Reeve

NHS Cumbria Clinical Commissioning Group
Chair
JR

Johanna Reilly

Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust
Chief Operating Officer
SR

Sandra Rennie

NHS England
Patient / Patient Rep
DR

Dr John Ribchester

NHS Canterbury & Coastal CCG
Encompass Clinical Lead and Chair
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Jill Roberts

The King's Fund
Senior Researcher
PR

Philippa Robinson

Primrose Hill Media Ltd
Turnaround Director
DR

David Rogers

North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust
Chair
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Clare Rook

CRN Wessex
Research Delivery Manager
SR

Shilpa Ross

The King's Fund
Senior Researcher
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Dr Nabihah Sachedina

London Health & Care Devolution
Director
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Wendy Saviour

NHSE
Managing Director, Notts Health & Care STP
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Emily Sawdon

London Health & Care Devolution
Programme Manager
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Jason Seez

BHRUT
Executive Director of Strategy and Planning
JS

Janet Shallow

First Community Health & Care
Imporvement and Transformation lead
JS

John Sheedy

Healthy London Partnership
Project Manager
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Sue Slipman

King's College Hospital NHS FT
Vice Chair
DS

Donna Smith

NHS Highland
Head of Planning and Performance
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Graeme Smith

NHS Grampian
Director of Modernisation
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Dr Rachael Smithson

The King's Fund
Head of Research
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Vicky Smith

East Sussex County Council
Accountable Care Strategic Development Manager
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Kate Sutherland

NHS
Business & Transformation Project Manager
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Caroline Tack

Berkshire West CCGs
Head of QIPP and Transformation
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David Tappin

NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit
Executive Director
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Carol Taylor

South Tees NHS FT. Macmillan CS
MacICC Programme Manager
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Sharon Terracina

Cerner
Business Strategist
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Rachel Theobald

ECCH C.I.C
Executive Assistant
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Ian Wake Wake

Thurrock Council
Director of Public Helath
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Peter Ward

Oxford |University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Non-executive Director
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Jim Weir

iESE
Senior Business Consultant
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Alison Westmacott

SCW CSU
Associate Director of Primary Care
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Emma Wilkinson

Ashford & St. Peters Hospitals NHSFT
Consultant Physician
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Nada Willieme

Ashford & St. Peters Hospitals NHSFT
General Manager Medicine
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Kristina Wilton

Janssen
Healthcare Strategy Manager
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Louise Young

NHS West Leicestershire CCG
Head of Service Improvement and Delivery LLR

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The King's Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. We help to shape policy and practice through research and analysis; develop individuals, teams and organisations; promote understanding of the health and social care system; and bring people together to learn, share knowledge and debate. Our vision is that the best possible care is available to all.

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Registration opens, exhibition and refreshments

09:00 AM 10:00 AM Orangery, ground floor

Pick up your badge, grab some refreshments and visit the exhibition stands

Session one: Opening plenary

10:00 AM 11:15 AM Burdett theatre, ground floor

10.00am Welcome and introduction
Professor Chris Ham, Chief Executive, The King’s Fund

10.05am Keynote address: Developing local leadership as systems with accountability for population health

  • From STPs to accountable care systems 

Jim Mackey, Chief Executive, NHS Improvement

10.25am Providing place-based integrated health and care

David Meates, Chief Executive Officer, Canterbury District Health Board, New Zealand

Starting in 2007, Canterbury’s programme of transformation focused on creating a single, integrated health and social care system where services would work together around the needs of patients and reduce the time people ‘wasted’ waiting for services. The central and unifying concept was to act as ‘one budget, one system’. Staff engagement was not only central to the development of the vision, but was also key to its implementation

10.45am Improving health through high performing teams and innovative community and primary healthcare

Vince Barry, Chief Executive Officer, Pegasus Health, New Zealand
Founded in 1992 by a group of general practitioners, Pegasus Health has played key role in implementing a number of transformational changes to primary and community services and developing integrated working across primary and secondary care. Design and implementation placed a strong focus on meaningful community engagement, alongside a commitment to providing services that support and promote clinical excellence in primary care.

11.05am Questions and discussion

Speakers

David Meates.pdf Download Link
Jim Mackey.pdf Download Link
Vince Barry.pdf Download Link

Refreshment break and networking

11:15 AM 11:45 AM Orangery, ground floor

Grab some refreshments and visit the exhibition stands
Morning Masterclass

Masterclass A: Engaging with primary care

11:45 AM 01:00 PM Maynard theatre, lower ground floor

11.45am
Facilitated by: Dr Nicola Walsh, Assistant Director of Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund

Research indicates that STPs generally are not engaging with GPs and where they are they are taking a stakeholder approach rather than a collaborative one. This session explores what meaningful involvement of GPs as providers looks like and how STPs can support general practice to move towards new models of care (such as PACS and MCPs) and working at scale, (such as networks, federations, super-partnerships or multi-site organisations).


Speakers include:

  • Vince Barry, Chief Executive Officer, Pegasus Health, New Zealand
The Health Care Home concept builds on the principle that the point of continuity for care for most people is their general practice and aims to increase primary capacity and capability to contribute to the full integration of services. Vince will provide an insight into Canterbury’s model which involves one place that connects people with the broader health and social system through their general practice and rebalancing acute care with proactive and preventative care in the community.
Spreading new care models - multispecialty community providers (MCP)

  • Paul Maubach, Chief Executive Officer, NHS Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group 

Dudley, the first CCG to issue a MCP tender, joined NHS England’s vanguard programme in 2015 and focuses on prevention and redesigning care. The MCP supports people in their own homes and communities by enabling staff to work more effectively together through a series of multi-disciplinary teams and a wider network of care. Paul will provide an insight into the model’s impact to date and how the new MCP (from April 2018) will bring together services to create an accountable care organisation that will enhance individual independence and maximise people’s potential for improving their own health and wellbeing.

  • David Loughton CBE, Chief Executive, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

As of 4 July 2017, six GP practices are now part of the Trust. This vertical integration (VI) offers a unique opportunity to redesign services from initial patient contact through on-going management and end of life care. David will provide an insight into how primary care vertical integration is being driven by the GPs and senior clinicians in Wolverhampton. This new care model empowers clinicians to lead on designing effective, high quality clinical pathways which will improve appropriate access and positively impact on patient outcomes.

12.40pm

Questions and discussion

Speakers

David Loughton and Dr Helen Hibbs.pdf Download Link
Paul Maubach.pdf Download Link
Vinve Barry Masterclass.pdf Download Link
Morning Masterclass

Masterclass B: Leading system change

11:45 AM 12:45 PM Burdett theatre, ground floor

11.45am
Facilitated by:
Dr Al Mulley, Managing Director for Global Health Care Delivery Science, The Dartmouth Institute (United States)

The aim of this masterclass is to share ideas and learning on the leadership and governance of these new systems, including how to marry the very different forms of accountabilities in local government and the NHS. Senior leaders from Canterbury (New Zealand), Dorset and Sheffield will share their experiences of developing a more collaborative leadership style, effectively engaging all sectors and delivering the necessary cultural change to support implementation of these new care models.

Speakers include

  • David Meates, Chief Executive Officer, Canterbury District Health Board, New Zealand
  • Debbie Ward, Chief Executive of Dorset County Council 
  • Sir Andrew Cash OBE, Chief Executive, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr Al Mulley, Managing Director for Global Health Care Delivery Science, The Dartmouth Institute (United States)
Al will share learning from Dartmouth’s experience working with six of the MCPs and PACS in England

Speakers

Al_Mulley_Masterclass.B.pdf Download Link
Andrew Cash video slide 6.pdf Download Link
Debbie Ward.pdf Download Link
Morning Masterclass

Masterclass C: Investing in community services

11:45 AM 12:45 PM Edwards room, first floor

11.45am
Facilitated by: 

Beccy Baird, Fellow in Health Policy, The King's Fund

The aim of this masterclass is to share learning on how local areas can draw on the range of skills and resources available outside hospitals (for example community nurses and allied health professionals) and put in place new roles and processes to co-ordinate care across the system.

You will hear from:
Well Being Erewash
  • Dr Duncan Gooch, GP, Chair and Clinical Lead, Well Being Erewash 
Duncan will provide an insight into how the ‘GP-lite’ primary care model focuses on patient-led goals, home-based care, multidisciplinary teamwork with community organisations, and anticipatory interventions – all aimed at keeping people in their homes and functioning at their best possible level.

Primary care home
  • Dr Nav Chana, GP and Chairman, National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) 
  • Dr Steven Laitner, General Practitioner
  • Dominic Frankis, Programme Manager, Primary Care Home Programme, National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) 

Primary care home is an innovative approach to strengthening and redesigning primary care. The model, which shares some features of the multispecialty community provider (MCP) model, is designed around a complete care team – drawn from GP surgeries, community, mental health and acute trusts, social care and the voluntary sector – which provides enhanced personalised and preventative care for their local community. In this session, the team will share learning from the the rapid test sites over the past two years and how the programme has expanded to more than 180 sites across England.

Community-Based Primary Care at Southcentral Foundation
  • Michelle Tierney, Vice President of Organizational Development & Innovation, South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA
  • Karen Caindec, Secretary and Treasurer, South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA
  • Dr Steve Tierney, Medical Director, South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA
  • Leanndra Ross, Senior Director of Organizational Development, South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA

The success of Southcentral Foundation’s ‘Nuka System of Care’ approach hinges on its leaders’ commitment and the strong links they forged with their community, with service users actively sharing responsibility for their health and are engaged in the governance of their system. In this session, the team will provide an insight into their model which can be described as a working example of a multispecialty community provider (MCP).

You will hear about how staff work in effective multidisciplinary teams to provide integrated primary and community services to a minority population with high levels of need. The session provides transferable learning on breaking down barriers between primary care, community services and mental health services, and between these services and hospital specialists.

12.35pm
Questions and discussion
Joined by:
  • Michelle Tierney, Vice President of Organizational Development & Innovation, South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA
  • Leanndra Ross, Senior Director of Organizational Development, South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA

Speakers

Duncan Gooch.pdf Download Link
Nav and Steven pdf.pdf Download Link
Nuka pdf.pdf Download Link

Lunch, exhibition and networking

01:00 PM 02:00 PM

Visit the exhibition stands and grab some lunch!

Morning masterclass sessions are repeated

02:00 PM 03:15 PM

Afternoon Masterclass

Masterclass A: Engaging with primary care

02:00 PM 03:00 PM Maynard theatre, lower ground floor

11.45am
Facilitated by: Anna Charles,Senior Policy Adviser to the CEO, The King’s Fund

Research indicates that STPs generally are not engaging with GPs and where they are they are taking a stakeholder approach rather than a collaborative one. This session explores what meaningful involvement of GPs as providers looks like and how STPs can support general practice to move towards new models of care (such as PACS and MCPs) and working at scale, (such as networks, federations, super-partnerships or multi-site organisations).


Speakers include:

  • Vince Barry, Chief Executive Officer, Pegasus Health, New Zealand
The Health Care Home concept builds on the principle that the point of continuity for care for most people is their general practice and aims to increase primary capacity and capability to contribute to the full integration of services. Vince will provide an insight into Canterbury’s model which involves one place that connects people with the broader health and social system through their general practice and rebalancing acute care with proactive and preventative care in the community.
Spreading new care models - multispecialty community providers (MCP)

  • Paul Maubach, Chief Executive Officer, NHS Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group

Dudley, the first CCG to issue a MCP tender, joined NHS England’s vanguard programme in 2015 and focuses on prevention and redesigning care. The MCP supports people in their own homes and communities by enabling staff to work more effectively together through a series of multi-disciplinary teams and a wider network of care. Paul will provide an insight into the model’s impact to date and how the new MCP (from April 2018) will bring together services to create an accountable care organisation that will enhance individual independence and maximise people’s potential for improving their own health and wellbeing.

  • David Loughton CBE, Chief Executive, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

As of 4 July 2017, six GP practices are now part of the Trust. This vertical integration (VI) offers a unique opportunity to redesign services from initial patient contact through on-going management and end of life care. David will provide an insight into how primary care vertical integration is being driven by the GPs and senior clinicians in Wolverhampton. This new care model empowers clinicians to lead on designing effective, high quality clinical pathways which will improve appropriate access and positively impact on patient outcomes.

12.40pm

Questions and discussion

Speakers

David Loughton and Dr Helen Hibbs.pdf Download Link
Paul Maubach.pdf Download Link
Vinve Barry Masterclass.pdf Download Link
Afternoon Masterclass

Masterclass B: Leading system change

02:00 PM 03:00 PM Burdett theatre, ground floor

11.45am
Facilitated by:
Michelle Mitchell OBE, Chief Executive, MS Society and Non-Executive Director, NHS England, Chief Executive, MS Society and Non-Executive Director, NHS England

The aim of this masterclass is to share ideas and learning on the leadership and governance of these new systems, including how to marry the very different forms of accountabilities in local government and the NHS. Senior leaders from Canterbury (New Zealand), Dorset and Sheffield will share their experiences of developing a more collaborative leadership style, effectively engaging all sectors and delivering the necessary cultural change to support implementation of these new care models.

Speakers include

  • David Meates, Chief Executive Officer, Canterbury District Health Board, New Zealand
  • Debbie Ward, Chief Executive of Dorset County Council
  • Sir Andrew Cash OBE, Chief Executive, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr Al Mulley, Managing Director for Global Health Care Delivery Science, The Dartmouth Institute (United States)
Al will share learning from Dartmouth’s experience working with six of the MCPs and PACS in England

Speakers

Al_Mulley_Masterclass.B.pdf Download Link
Andrew Cash video slide 6.pdf Download Link
Afternoon Masterclass

Masterclass C: Investing in community services

02:00 PM 03:00 PM Edwards room, first floor

11.45am
Facilitated by:

Beccy Baird, Fellow in Health Policy, The King's Fund

The aim of this masterclass is to share learning on how local areas can draw on the range of skills and resources available outside hospitals (for example community nurses and allied health professionals) and put in place new roles and processes to co-ordinate care across the system.
You will hear from:
Well Being Erewash
  • Dr Duncan Gooch, GP, Chair and Clinical Lead, Well Being Erewash
Duncan will provide an insight into how the ‘GP-lite’ primary care model focuses on patient-led goals, home-based care, multidisciplinary teamwork with community organisations, and anticipatory interventions – all aimed at keeping people in their homes and functioning at their best possible level.

Primary care home
  • Dr Nav Chana, GP and Chairman, National Association of Primary Care (NAPC)
  • Dr Steven Laitner, General Practitioner
  • Dominic Frankis, Programme Manager, Primary Care Home Programme, National Association of Primary Care (NAPC)

Primary care home is an innovative approach to strengthening and redesigning primary care. The model, which shares some features of the multispecialty community provider (MCP) model, is designed around a complete care team – drawn from GP surgeries, community, mental health and acute trusts, social care and the voluntary sector – which provides enhanced personalised and preventative care for their local community. In this session, the team will share learning from the the rapid test sites over the past two years and how the programme has expanded to more than 180 sites across England.

Community-Based Primary Care at Southcentral Foundation
  • Michelle Tierney, Vice President of Organizational Development & Innovation, South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA
  • Karen Caindec, Secretary and Treasurer, South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA
  • Dr Steve Tierney, Medical Director, South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA
  • Leanndra Ross, Senior Director of Organizational Development, South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA

The success of Southcentral Foundation’s ‘Nuka System of Care’ approach hinges on its leaders’ commitment and the strong links they forged with their community, with service users actively sharing responsibility for their health and are engaged in the governance of their system. In this session, the team will provide an insight into their model which can be described as a working example of a multispecialty community provider (MCP).

You will hear about how staff work in effective multidisciplinary teams to provide integrated primary and community services to a minority population with high levels of need. The session provides transferable learning on breaking down barriers between primary care, community services and mental health services, and between these services and hospital specialists.

12.35pm
Questions and discussion
Joined by:
  • Michelle Tierney, Vice President of Organizational Development & Innovation, South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA
  • Leanndra Ross, Senior Director of Organizational Development, South Central Foundation, Alaska, USA

Speakers

Duncan Gooch.pdf Download Link
Nav and Steven pdf.pdf Download Link
Nuka pdf.pdf Download Link

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

03:15 PM 03:45 PM Orangery, ground floor

Grab some refreshments and visit the exhibition stands

Closing plenary

03:45 PM 05:00 PM Burdett theatre, ground floor

3.45pm
Welcome back
Michelle Mitchell OBE, Chief Executive, MS Society and Non-Executive Director, NHS England

3.50pm
Bringing it all together
  • Reflections and learning from the day for the NHS 

Professor Chris Ham, Chief Executive, The King’s Fund

4.10pm
New care models that capture the critical intelligence needed for sustainability
  • Involving patients and the public in developing STPs and accountable care
  • Exploring the NHS opportunity to lead in accountable care
  • Overcoming conceptual and operational challenges to execution of strategic intent - measuring what matters most to people and patients to ensure delivering what is valued
  • Measures and management tools for mutual accountability across health and care systems

Dr Al Mulley, Managing Director for Global Health Care Delivery Science, The Dartmouth Institute (United States)

Al will share learning from Dartmouth’s experience working with six of the MCPs and PACS in England

4.25pm
Panel discussion: How are local leaders tackling the challenge of getting multiple organisations to work together to deliver transformational change?

  • Cllr Richard Kemp CBE, Deputy Chair, Community Wellbeing Board, Local Government Association (LGA) and Deputy Chairman, Community Wellbeing Board, Liverpool City Council
  • Michael Macdonnell, Director of System Transformation, NHS England
  • Wendy Saviour, Managing Director, Nottinghamshire Health and Care Transformation Partnership
  • Sir Andrew Morris OBE, Chief Executive, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust

Former Director of Commissioning Operations for the North Midlands, Wendy is now leading the Nottinghamshire ACS – one of eight areas chosen to develop the model. She is responsible for NHS England oversight and assurance while sitting within the ACS.

5.00pm
Closing summary and close of conference

Speakers

Al_Mulley_session4.pdf Download Link
Chris_Ham.pdf Download Link

Close of conference

05:00 PM 05:00 PM

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