The King's Fund Annual Conference 2016

Tackling the main health and care priorities
Date: 
Time: 
8.30am-17.00pm
Venue: 
The King's Fund, London, W1G 0AN
Event type: 
Conference

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*Programme announced*

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*Simon Stevens to give keynote address*

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About this event

Our Annual Conference attracts more than 300 delegates who come to the Fund to gain insight into how to address the current issues affecting health and social care.

Bringing together leaders from across the NHS, local authorities, housing, patients, carers, national bodies and the voluntary and community sector, this conference aims to seek answers to the most difficult questions facing the system.

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What are the main priorities for health and care?

Earlier this year we identified three big challenges for the health and care system in England:

  • sustaining existing services and standards of care
  • developing new and better models of care
  • tackling these challenges by reforming the NHS ‘from within’.

This year’s annual conference will explore progress made in addressing these challenges and share learning on the essential actions needed to guarantee that the system can be both sustained and transformed.

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Join the discussion on Twitter using #kfannual2016 and keep an eye out for exciting programme updates on The King's Fund Events LinkedIn page.

Programme

8.30am: Registation, exhibition and networking

Workshop

8.45-9.30am: Breakfast workshop

This breakfast workshop is being organised by our sponsor, TPP. Details to be announced soon.

Session one: Sustaining existing services and standards of care

9.45am: Welcome and introduction

  • A renewed focus on better value: engaging clinical teams
  • ​Organisations working together: place-based systems of care

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

Opening Ministerial Keynote Address

  • Developing and sustaining cultures for continuously improving care

Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Health, Department of Health

10.05am: Questions and discussion

10.10am: Delivering high-quality, compassionate care in a multispecialty and integrated organisation

  • Equipping leaders with the skills to create both short and long-term strategies that anticipate and respond to the rapidly changing health care environment
  • Common strategies and practices that high-performing health care organisations cultivate
  • How to foster innovation, anticipate change and address complex challenges

Dr Stephen J Swensen, Medical Director, Office of Leadership and Organization Development, Mayo Clinic (United States)

10.40am: Panel response

Miss Clare Marx CBE, President, Royal College of Surgeons of England, Orthopaedic Surgeon and Associate Medical Director, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust

Professor Jane Dacre, President, Royal College of Physicians, and Honorary Consultant Rheumatologist, The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust

Ceinwen Giles, Patient Experience and Engagement Expert, and Director of Partnerships and Evaluation, Shine Cancer Support, and Trustee, Point of Care Foundation

Dr Nikita Kanani, GP and Clinical Vice Chair, NHS Bexley Clinical Commissioning Group, and National Quality Lead, Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management

11.05am: Questions and discussion

11.15am: Refreshments, exhibition and networking

Session two: Breakouts

Our breakout sessions will showcase the projects we're currently working.

Delegates can choose to attend any of the following sessions:

A: Sharing best practice in district nursing services

11.45am: Welcome and introduction

Dr Crystal Oldman, Chief Executive, The Queen’s Nursing Institute

This session will look at some examples of best practice in district nursing services building on some of the themes identified in our recent report, Understanding quality in district nursing.

  • What does good quality care look like from the perspective of people receiving care, their carers and district nursing staff?
  • How does that compare to their experiences?
  • What factors support good care, and what is getting in the way?

Anna Charles, Researcher, Policy, The King’s Fund

Dr Bob Brown, Executive Director of Nursing and Patient Safety, South Tyneside NHS Trust

Helen Chapman, Head of Integrated Community Care, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

12.25pm: Questions and discussion

B: Achieving cultural change

11.45am: Welcome and introduction

Suzie Bailey, Director of Leadership and Quality Improvement, NHS Improvement

Julia Fernando, Research Manager, Leadership Development, The King’s Fund

In this session, Suzie will provide insight into the two-year programme which The King’s Fund and NHS Improvement are working on to help trusts (foundation trusts and NHS trusts) develop a culture that enables and sustains safe, high quality, compassionate care.

You will also hear from the three pilot NHS trusts testing the culture diagnostic tools to ensure the programme has lasting value for trusts, including Central Manchester University Hospital, Northumbria Healthcare and East London NHS foundation trusts.

C: Technology solutions for better value

This session is being hosted by our sponsor, Intel. ​Full session details to be announced soon.

D: Applying population health to cities in the UK

11.45am: Welcome and introduction

David Buck, Senior Fellow, Public Health and Inequalities, The King’s Fund

Building on our work on place-based health and care, this session will look at some of the healthy cities initiatives across the UK and how they are putting the theory of population health and place-based health into practice.

11.55am: Transforming London’s health and care together

  • How NHS commissioners are establishing a London-wide collaborative prevention programme in partnership with Public Health England (London), London Councils and the Greater London Authority
  • Embedding health and wellbeing with a particular focus on: children, improving workplace health, and taking innovative action to reduce smoking and obesity and promote wellbeing.

Aaron Mills, Head of Regional Office London, Public Health England

12.15pm: Glasgow healthy cities

  • Integrating health and health equity into the spatial planning system at both strategic and operational levels
  • Reintroducing Health Impact Assessment to integrate health into a variety of areas and give local residents a voice
  • Progress made with the action research project exploring community resilience in a deprived area in the face of climate change.

Dr Russell Jones, Public Health Programme Manager, Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH)

12.35pm: Questions and discussion

12.45pm: Lunch, exhibition and networking

Session three: Reforming the NHS ‘from within’.

1.45pm: Welcome back

Marcus Powell, Director of Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund

1.50pm: Driving up standards of care: patient focus, collaborative working and commitment to continuous improvement

  • Building an organisational culture that empowers individuals and teams to initiate and lead positive change for the benefit of our patients and community

Marianne Griffiths, Chief Executive, Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

2.10pm: Panel discussion

Professor Clare Gerada, GP and Partner, Hurley Group, Medical Director, NHS Practitioner Health Programme, and Member, BMA Council

Dr Amar Shah, Associate Medical Director and Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, East London NHS Foundation Trust

Philip Sheridan, Patient Leader (expert by experience)

Delegates will be invited to put their questions and comments forward throughout this session.

Session four: Breakouts

Delegates can choose to attend any of the following sessions:

E: Access to care

2.40pm: Welcome and introduction

Ruth Robertson, Fellow in Health Policy, The King’s Fund

To understand more about how the current financial challenge is affecting patients’ access to high-quality care, The King’s Fund is conducting some in-depth research which will be published in early 2017. In this session, we will share our interim findings and hear from leaders in the health and care system about how they are approaching difficult decisions around maintaining quality within reduced budgets.

This discussion will explore:

  • how organisations are responding to the financial challenge
  • how quality (including access, experience and outcomes) has been affected?
  • the barriers to maintaining quality in this environment, and successful approaches to providing more with less.

John Richards, Chief Officer, NHS Southampton Clinical Commissioning Group

Dominic Harrison, Director of Public Health, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council

Natasha Thomas, Chief Officer, HALE (Health Action Local Engagement)

F: Mental health in the vanguards

2.40pm: Welcome and introduction

Chris Naylor, Senior Fellow, The King’s Fund

Building on our recent report, Bringing together physical and mental health, this session will explore how integrated approaches towards mental health can be developed in the context of vanguard sites and new models of care.

Dr Lise Hertel, GP, Clinical Associate, New Care Models Team, NHS England and Medical Lead for Out of Hours, North Central London Care UK

Paul Gray, Programme Director, North East Hampshire and Farnham primary and acute care system (PACS) vanguard

Phillip Bennett-Richards, GP and Clinical Director, Tower Hamlets GP Care Group and Chair, Tower Hamlets Together multispecialty community provider (MCP) vanguard

Richard Fradgley, Director of Integrated Care, East London NHS Foundation Trust

3.20pm: Questions and discussion

G: Building a new relationship with patients and communities

2.40pm: Welcome and introduction

  • How do health and social care professionals successfully engage with citizens, communities and patients?

Mark Doughty, Senior Consultant, The King’s Fund and Director, Centre for Patient Leadership

Ceinwen Giles, Patient Experience and Engagement Expert, and Director of Partnerships and Evaluation, Shine Cancer Support, and Trustee, Point of Care Foundation

Jagtar Dhanda, Head of Inclusion & London Lead, Macmillan Cancer Support

  • Exploring lessons and insights gained from The King’s Fund’s collaborative pairs programme and the MacMillan’s London Strategy.

Attendees will be invited to share their experiences and put their questions to our speakers.


3.30pm: Refreshments, exhibition and networking

Session five: Developing a partnership approach to improving local health and care systems

3.50pm: Welcome back

4.00pm: Afternoon keynote address

Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England

4.20pm: Questions and discussions

4.30pm: How the NHS, local government and local partners can collaborate more effectively to improve local health outcomes

This discussion will explore:

  • Progress made in developing place-based collaboration to transform health and care
  • How the local health system can work with local government more effectively
  • Overcoming the challenges of working across organisations to deliver change
  • How to ensure greater priority is given to public health and prevention, and new models of out-of-hospital care
  • Building collaborative accountability for health outcomes in a place.

Professor Yvonne Doyle CB, Regional Director, London, Public Health England

Martin Reeves, Chief Executive, Coventry City Council

Jagtar Dhanda, Head of Inclusion & London Lead, Macmillan Cancer Support

Fiona Carey, Expert by Experience, Co-chair, Coalition for Collaborative Care

Tom Doyle, Chief Executive, Yorkshire MESMAC.

4.50pm: Closing keynote address

Lord Victor Adebowale CBE, Chief Executive, Turning Point and Non-Executive Director, NHS England

5.05pm: Questions and discussion

5.15pm: Close of conference

5.15pm: Drinks reception

Please join us for drinks and networking in The Green House at The King's Fund.

Speakers

Speakers

Simon Stevens,

Chief Executive, NHS England

Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP

Secretary of State for Health, Department of Health

Dr Stephen J Swensen

Medical Director, Office of Leadership and Organization Development, Mayo Clinic (United States)

Miss Clare Marx CBE

President, Royal College of Surgeons of England, Orthopaedic Surgeon and Associate Medical Director, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust

Lord Victor Adebowale CBE

Chief Executive, Turning Point and Non-Executive Director, NHS England

Marianne Griffiths

Chief Executive, Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Aaron Mills

Head of Regional Office London, Public Health England

Ceinwen Giles

Patient Experience and Engagement Expert, and Director of Partnerships and Evaluation, Shine Cancer Support, and Trustee, Point of Care Foundation

Dr Crystal Oldman

Chief Executive, The Queen’s Nursing Institute

Suzie Bailey

Director of Leadership and Quality Improvement​, NHS Improvement

Philip Sheridan

Patient Leader (expert by experience)

Professor Clare Gerada

GP and Partner, Hurley Group, Medical Director, NHS Practitioner Health Programme, and Member, BMA Council

Professor Chris Ham

Chief Executive, The King's Fund

John Richards

Chief Officer, NHS Southampton Clinical Commissioning Group

Dr Lise Hertel

GP, Clinical Associate, New Care Models Team, NHS England and Medical Lead for Out of Hours, North Central London Care UK

Fiona Carey

Expert by Experience, Co-chair, Coalition for Collaborative Care

Marcus Powell

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

Dr Nikita Kanani

GP and Clinical Vice Chair, NHS Bexley Clinical Commissioning Group, and National Quality Lead, Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management

Professor Jane Dacre

President, Royal College of Physicians, and Honorary Consultant Rheumatologist, The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust

Professor Yvonne Doyle CB

Regional Director, London, Public Health England

Martin Reeves

Chief Executive, Coventry City Council

Dr Amar Shah

Associate Medical Director and Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, East London NHS Foundation Trust

Ruth Robertson

Fellow in Health Policy, The King’s Fund

David Buck

Senior Fellow, Public Health and Inequalities, The King’s Fund

Chris Naylor

Senior Fellow, The King’s Fund

Anna Charles

Researcher, Policy, The King’s Fund

Dr Bob Brown

Executive Director of Nursing and Patient Safety, South Tyneside NHS Trust

Helen Chapman

Head of Integrated Community Care, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Russell Jones

Public Health Programme Manager, Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH)

Dominic Harrison

Director of Public Health, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council

Natasha Thomas

Chief Officer, HALE (Health Action Local Engagement)

Paul Gray

Programme Director, North East Hampshire and Farnham primary and acute care system (PACS) vanguard

Julia Fernando

Research Manager, Leadership Development, The King’s Fund

Phillip Bennett-Richards

GP and Clinical Director, Tower Hamlets GP Care Group and Chair, Tower Hamlets Together multispecialty community provider (MCP) vanguard

Richard Fradgley

Director of Integrated Care, East London NHS Foundation Trust

Tom Doyle

Chief Executive, Yorkshire MESMAC

More speakers to be announced soon

Exhibition

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Sponsors

TPP

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Intel

Intel

Exhibitors

Board Pad

Board Pad

General Medical Council

General Medical Council

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation trust

Toheti

Toheti

Vifor Pharma

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