Integrated Care Summit 2016

Improving local population health and delivering accountable care
Date: 
Time: 
8.45am-5.00pm
Venue: 
The King's Fund, London, W1G 0AN
Event type: 
Conference

About

Event overview

Building on our report, Place-based systems of care, this year’s summit will explore the ways NHS organisations and their partners can collaborate in order to meet the needs of the population they serve.

The work being done to develop sustainability and transformation plans (STPs) is a practical example of the interest now being shown in place-based systems of care.

The summit will look at how place-based systems offer promise by enabling commissioners and providers to collaborate in response to the pressures they are faced with.

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Why you should attend

Showcasing learning from national and international accountable care systems, as well as other emerging new care models, the summit is a key opportunity for you to learn about more systemic and integrated approaches to improving population health.

Summit topics

Accountable care organisations (ACOs): lessons for England

ACOs have evolved recently in the United States and are attracting interest as one way of overcoming fragmented responsibility for the commissioning and provision of care in the NHS.

We'll hear from Dr Elliott Fisher and Dr Tim Ferris, two experts that have led ACO development in America, who will describe these models and share lessons for emerging health systems in England.

Developing accountable care systems

Accountable care systems bring together a number of providers to take responsibility for the cost and quality of care for a defined population within an agreed budget.

You'll hear from three areas that are implementing accountable care systems: Morecambe Bay; Northumberland; and Southcentral Foundation's 'Nuka' system of care, on how they've gone about it.

Improving population health

Breakout sessions at the summit will share ways organisations can work collaboratively across a local area to improve the population's health.

You'll hear about: social prescribing: integrating GP and community services; integration for individuals: the role of personal budgets; involving public health and housing; and bringing together physical and mental health.

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Programme

Breakfast workshop

8.45-9.30am: This session will be hosted by our headline sponsor, details to be confirmed at a later date.

Session one

9.45am: Welcome and introduction

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

9.55am: Accountable care organisations (ACOs) in the United States: what we know so far and lessons for England

  • What ACOs look like and how they are performing.
  • The features of successful ACOs.
  • How these models taking more of a population health focus and developing into accountable health communities.
  • Lessons for the NHS from the experience so far.

Dr Elliott S. Fisher, Director, The Dartmouth Institute of Health Policy and Clinical Practice

10.30am: Questions and discussion

10.40am: What does this mean for England?

  • ACOs and the new care models programme.
  • What ACOs do to deliver improvements.
  • Lessons for place-based approaches as part of sustainability and transformation plans.

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

11.00am: Can the experience of ACOs in the United States support the development of integrated care in England?

  • Richard Gleave, Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer, Public Health England
  • Dr Mike Smith, GP, and Chief Executive, Haverstock Healthcare
  • Professor Judith Smith, Director, Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham
  • Mark Rogers, Chief Executive, Birmingham City Council, and President, SOLACE
    Mark is the STP footprint lead for Birmingham and Solihull
  • Christine Morgan, Expert by Experience, and Member, NHS Five Year Forward View People and Communities Board

11.30am: Questions and discussion

Session two: Developing accountable care

Attend one of three breakout sessions.

Learn from examples of accountable care systems on how they are bringing together a number of providers to take responsibility for the cost and quality of care for a defined population within an agreed budget.

2A: Morecambe Bay

11.50am: Welcome and introduction

12.00pm: How providers and commissioners are working with local authorities and GP federations to develop an 'accountable care system'

  • Hear how Morecambe Bay aims to commission and provide health services around the needs of the local population (365,000), with providers working together under a single capitated budget.
  • Gain insight into how they are intending for commissioning to become more strategic and integrated - based on setting the budget, defining population and care outcomes and monitoring system performance.

Dr Hugh Reeve, GP, Chief Clinical Officer, NHS Cumbria Clinical Commissioning Group

12.40pm: Questions and discussion

2B: Southcentral Foundation's 'Nuka' system of care

11.50am: Welcome and introduction

12.00pm: Intentional whole health system redesign at Southcentral: reflections for the English NHS

  • How multidisciplinary primary care teams enable holistic and person-centred care.
  • Demonstrating the impact of integrating primary care with hospital services on quality, A&E attendances and hospital admissions.
  • Bringing all the pots of money for prevention, primary, secondary and mental health into a single budget so that resources can be targeted where they will have the greatest impact.
  • Engaging deeply and meaningfully with the community on what they want from their health system.
  • Lessons for new care models emerging in England – providing expanded and integrated primary and community services.

Dr Steve Tierney, Medical Director for Quality Improvement, Southcentral Foundation (Alaska)
Michelle Tierney, Vice President of Organizational Development and Innovation, Southcentral Foundation (Alaska)

12.40pm: Questions and discussion

2C: Northumberland

11.50am: Welcome and introdution

Ben Collins, Project Director, The King's Fund

12.00pm: Creating a single 'accountable care organisation' in Northumberland

  • Lessons from the integrated primary and acute care system (PACS) vanguard

Andrea Stoker, Programme Manager, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

12.30pm: Questions and discussion


1.00pm: Lunch, exhibition and networking

Session three: Improving population health and wellbeing

Attend one of five breakout sessions.

3A: Social prescribing: integrating GP and community services

2.00pm: Welcome and introduction

Dr Michael Dixon OBE, GP, Co-Chair, Social Prescribing Network, and National Clinical Champion for Social Prescribing, NHS England

2.15pm: Community wellbeing practices in Halton

  • Collaborative working between the CCG and social enterprise sector to bring about improvements in population health and wellbeing.
  • Integrating GP practices with wider community based provision to offer structured interventions for patients and identify social issues that may be causing or exacerbating physical health problems.
  • Using validated health metrics to evidence demonstrable improvements in health and wellbeing.

Leigh Thompson-Greatrex, Director of Commissioning and Service Delivery, NHS Halton Clinical Commissioning Group

Mark Swift, Chief Executive Officer, Wellbeing Enterprises CIC

2.35pm: City and Hackney Social Prescribing Service

  • Using social prescribing to tackle health inequalities.
  • How to secure effective engagement and co-design with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector to support the success of the scheme.
  • Designing a process to demonstrate impact.

Dr Patrick Hutt, GP, Social Prescribing GP Lead, City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group and Chair, Health Inequalities Group, Royal College of General Practitioners

2.50pm: Questions and discussion

3B: Integrating health and care

2.00pm: Welcome and introduction

Dr Nicola Walsh, Assistant Director of Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund

2.05pm: Early evaluation of the integrated care and support pioneers programme

  • Outlining the conclusions of the early evaluation final report and the latest findings from the follow on study.
  • Lessons learnt from the 25 pioneers – exploring their perceptions of progress, changes in their local and national environments, concerns about local challenges and national policy.

Professor Nicholas Mays, Professor of Health Policy and Director, Policy Innovation Research Unit, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

The Integrated Care and Support Pioneer programme was launched by the Department of Health in 2013. The first 14 pioneers were announced in November 2013 and a second wave of 11 pioneers was announced in late January 2015 (officially started in April 2015).

2.25pm: Setting up a new integrated care organisation to completely join-up all adult social care services and the NHS

  • Improving outcomes for people alongside delivering efficiencies, which includes reducing the number of hospital visits by ensuring more care is provided closer to home and promoting improved health and wellbeing.
  • Developing new models of care to bring hospitals, social services and community healthcare closer together.
  • Establishing multi-disciplinary groups (GPs, nurses, mental health workers, practice staff and social workers) to plan care of 65s and over.

Charlotte Ramsden, Strategic Director for Children and Adult Services, Salford City Council

Salford launched the Integrated Care Organisation (ICO) in July 2016. The ICO brought together 2,000 members of staff from across the city’s health and social care system into one single organisation. The ICO has a combined budget of £213m and is now responsibility for securing Salford’s mental health services, home visits and care homes.

2.45pm: Questions and discussion

Joined by: Mandy Rudczenko, Expert by Experience, and Member, Patients and Communities Board, NHS England

3.15pm: Close

3C: Integration for individuals: the role of personal budgets

2.00pm: Welcome and introduction

James Sanderson, Director of Personalisation and Choice, NHS England

In this session James and Sam will share learning from the Integrated Personal Commissioning (IPC) programme. Launched in April 2015, the IPC programme is a new approach to joining up health, social care and other services at the level of the individual.

You will hear about how the programme aims to enable people, carers and families to blend and control the resources available to them across the system in order to ‘commission’ their own care through personalised care planning and personal budgets.

Speakers include:

  • Sam Bennett, Head of Integrated Personal Commissioning and Personal Health Budgets, NHS England
  • Alison Froude, IPC Programme Manager (Hampshire County Council)

2.50pm: Questions and discussion

3.15pm: Close

3D: Involving public health and housing

2.00pm: Welcome and introduction

  • Looking at the role of public health and housing in developing integrated services across local government and the NHS.

Cllr Izzi Seccombe, Chairman, Local Government Association Community Wellbeing Portfolio and Leader, Warwickshire County Council

2.15pm: Developing a local outcomes-based model of care

  • Co-locating public health, adult services and the clinical commissioning group.
  • Public health as a facilitator that can bring partners together around need, outcomes and evaluation.
  • Jointly designing strategies around services for mental and physical health, children’s to adult services transition, the transition between hospital and home, and a mental health programme for children and young people.
  • Working closely with housing to address issues of homelessness, winter warmth and older people.

Anna Raleigh, Joint Acting Director of Public Health, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames
Nicky Simpson, Head of Housing, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

2.35pm: How housing associations can play a key role in improving residents’ mental health and wellbeing

  • Providing an intervention service which includes increasing people’s physical activity, encouraging them to volunteer and providing direct support to a select group with high needs.
  • Demonstrating the impact – clients quitting smoking and drugs, losing weight, getting back into work, increased social interaction, giving back to the community, and alleviating pressures on GPs.
  • Shifting services to more of a wellbeing and health approach to prevent dependence on high-cost health and care services

John Ber, Support Coordinator, Home Group
Mike Harwood, Expert by Experience

2.55pm: Questions and discussion

3.15pm: Close

3E: Bringing together physical and mental health

2.00pm: Welcome and introduction

Chris Naylor, Senior Fellow, The King’s Fund

2.15pm: Developing the integrated pathway across organisational boundaries

  • The Persistent Physical Symptoms Service – how the rehabilitation service supports people in understanding and managing their symptoms, with the aim of improving both their day to day activities of daily living as well as improving their mood.
  • Providing a combination of physical and psychological interventions.

Elspeth Desert, Consultant Clinical and Health Psychologist, Clinical Director, Cumberland Infirmary, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

2.35pm: Evolving the model for integrating physical health, mental health and social care to include closer collaboration with primary care

Dr Christopher Hilton, Director of Business and Strategy, West London Mental Health NHS Trust

2.55pm: Questions and discussion

3.15pm: Close


3.15pm: Refreshment break and networking

Session four

3.35pm: Welcome back

Michelle Mitchell OBE, Chief Executive, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Non-Executive Director, NHS England

3.45pm: Using population health management to improve the quality of care and health outcomes, while lowering the overall cost

Dr Tim Ferris, Medical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Vice President of Population Health Management, Partners HealthCare

Massachusetts General Hospital was one of the pioneer Accountable Care Organisations.

  • Followed by a response from Dr Caz Sayer, GP, Chair, Camden Clinical Commissioning Group

4.15pm:Closing keynote address: How the NHS can work more closely with local authorities and other partners

Rob Whiteman, Chief Executive, CIPFA (Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy)

Rob is also the former CEO of the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham and former Managing Director of Local Government Improvement and Development (previously part of the Local Government Association)

Followed by a response from Professor Kate Ardern, Director of Public Health, Wigan Council

4.45pm: Questions and discussion

5.00pm: Close of summit

Speakers

Plenary speakers

Dr Elliott S. Fisher

Director, The Dartmouth Institute of Health Policy and Clinical Practice

Professor Chris Ham

Chief Executive, The King’s Fund

Professor Judith Smith

Director, Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham

Richard Gleave

Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer, Public Health England

Dr Mike Smith

GP, and Chief Executive, Haverstock Healthcare

Christine Morgan

Expert by Experience, and Member, NHS Five Year Forward View People and Communities Board

Michelle Mitchell OBE

Chief Executive, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Non- Executive Director, NHS England

Dr Tim Ferris

Medical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Vice President of Population Health Management, Partners HealthCare

Rob Whiteman

Chief Executive, CIPFA (Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy)

Dr Caz Sayer

GP, Chair, Camden Clinical Commissioning Group

Professor Kate Ardern

Director of Public Health, Wigan Council

Breakout session speakers

Dr Hugh Reeve, GP, Chief Clinical Officer Cumbria Clinical Commissioning Group

Dr Steve Tierney, Medical Director for Quality Improvement, Southcentral Foundation (Alaska)

Michelle Tierney, Vice President of Organizational Development and Innovation, Southcentral Foundation (Alaska)

Andrea Stoker, Programme Manager, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Michael Dixon OBE, GP, Co-Chair, Social Prescribing Network, and National Clinical Champion for Social Prescribing, NHS England

Leigh Thompson-Greatrex, Director of Commissioning and Service Delivery, NHS Halton Clinical Commissioning Group

Mark Swift, Chief Executive Officer, Wellbeing Enterprises CIC

Dr Patrick Hutt, GP, Social Prescribing GP Lead, City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group and Chair, Royal College of GPs Health Inequalities Standing Group

Professor Nicholas Mays, Professor of Health Policy and Director, Policy Innovation Research Unit, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Charlotte Ramsden, Strategic Director for Children and Adult Services, Salford City Council

Mandy Rudczenko, Expert by Experience, and Member, Patients and Communities Board, NHS England

James Sanderson, Director of Personalisation and Choice, NHS England

Sam Bennett, Head of Integrated Personal Commissioning & Personal Health Budgets, NHS England

Cllr Izzi Seccombe, Chairman, Local Government Association Community Wellbeing Portfolio and Leader, Warwickshire County Council

Anna Raleigh, Joint Acting Director of Public Health, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

John Ber, Support Coordinator, Home Group

Elspeth Desert, Consultant Clinical and Health Psychologist, Clinical Director, Cumberland Infirmary, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Christopher Hilton, Director of Business and Strategy, West London Mental Health NHS Trust

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Exhibitors

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