International integrated care summit

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The King's Fund

Event highlights

Featuring Kenneth Kizer and Andrew Lansley MP, our international integrated care summit featured case studies from home and abroad, and brought together experts in system design, care co-ordination and delivering change.

Presentations and talks from this summit

Kenneth Kizer, former Under Secretary for Health at the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), shares how the VA health care system was transformed and gives his observations on achieving integrated care. You can also watch Kenneth's full presentation.

Dame Barbara Hakin, National Managing Director for Commissioning Development, NHS Commissioning Board, gives her perspective on why clinically-led commissioning will make integrated care a reality.

In our Dragon's Den session, Anthony Farnsworth, Chief Executive of Torbay (Southern & Devon) Care Trust, presents Torbay's model of integrated care to 'dragons' Andrew Lansley MP, Secretary of State for Health, and Chris Ham, Chief Executive at The King's Fund.

Dr Aumran Tahir presents the business case for the North West London Integrated Care Pilot, including evidence of impact, cost implications and the improvements and outcomes for patients. What do Andrew Lansley MP, Secretary of State for Health, and Chris Ham, Chief Executive at The King's Fund, think of his pitch?

In the last of our Dragon's Den-style pitches, Paula Furnival and Eric Robinson present the Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent health and social care partnership to Andrew Lansley MP and Chris Ham.

Hannah Farrar, Director of Commissioning at NHS London, looks at defining and promoting integrated care across the capital.

Programme

Programme

Breakfast workshop: hosted by Capitol Health

Our generation's challenge: delivering better care for the elderly through integration - differing clinical perspectives from the USA, Middle East, and UK
Chair: Dame Julie Moore, Chief Executive, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

  • Jeurgen Bludau, Clinical Chief and Director of Geriatric Services at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Division of Aging, and Medical instructor, Harvard Medical School
  • Don Furman, Gastroenterologist and co-founder and former Chief Medical Officer of CareMore
  • Dr Mussaad Al-Razouki, CEO of Kleos Healthcare

Session one: Transforming health care

Welcome and introduction
Professor Chris Ham, Chief Executive, The King's Fund

Keynote address: The do's and don'ts of transforming a health system
Kenneth W. Kizer MD MPH, Director, Institute for Population Health Improvement, UC Davis Health System, and Distinguished Professor, University of California Davis, and former Under Secretary for Health, US Department of Veterans Affairs

Professor Chris Ham in conversation with Kenneth Kizer MD and Dr Jennifer Dixon, Chief Executive, Nuffield Trust

Session two: International tutorials

A: Lessons from Northern Ireland: reflections on organisational integration
Professor Deirdre Heenan, Provost of Magee (Campus) and Dean of Academic Development - Magee, University of Ulster and member of the Advisory Council to the President of Ireland

B: Lessons from the Netherlands: a diabetes case study
Professor Bert Vrijhoef, Tilburg University and The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Research (TNO), The Netherlands

C: Lessons from Sweden: the Esther Project
Göran Henriks, Chief Executive of Learning and Innovation at the Qulturum, Jönköping County Council, Sweden

D: Lessons from Spain: The Alzira Model
Alberto de Rosa, General Manager, Ribera Salud Group

E: Lessons from Germany: Implementing integrated care as a statutory health insurer - selective contracting
Dr Caroline Wagner, Project Leader and Researcher, Scientific Institute of TK for Benefit and Efficiency in Health Care (WINEG)

Session three: Transforming the NHS into an integrated health care system - the English beacons

In this 'Dragon's Den' style session, three sites at the forefront of integrated care in England pitched their model of care to our 'dragons': Rt Hon Andrew Lansley CBE MP, Secretary of State for Health and Professor Chris Ham, Chief Executive, The King's Fund.

  • Improving services for Mrs Smith: patient-centric care in Torbay
    Anthony Farnsworth, Chief Executive Torbay (Southern and Devon) Care Trust
  • Clinically-led integration: planning and co-ordination of care across patient settings
    Dr Aumran Tahir, Co-Director, North West London Integrated Care Pilot
  • Integrating health and social care at scale
    Paula Furnival, Director of Integration, Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust and Eric Robinson, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of People's Services, Staffordshire County Council

Each site's business case covered: the problem, the solution, innovations, ways of working, evidence of impact, cost implications, improvements in outcomes for patients and the community. Each pitch was followed by questions/clarifications from the 'dragons'.

Defining and promoting integrated care across the capital
Hannah Farrar, Director of Commissioning, NHS London

Session four: Integrated care in the new NHS

Chair: Claire Perry, Visiting Fellow, The King's Fund

Keynote address: Why clinically-led commissioning will make integrated care a reality
Dame Barbara Hakin, National Managing Director for Commissioning Development, Department of Health

Panel discussion: The impact and implications of the Health and Social Care Act/reforms for integrated care

  • Geoff Alltimes, Co-chair, Integrated Care workstream, NHS Future Forum
  • Jeremy Taylor, CEO, National Voices and Co-chair, Information Workstream, NHS Future Forum
  • Dr Paul Zollinger-Read, GP and Medical Adviser and Clinical Lead on Primary Care, The King's Fund

Closing comments and summary
Professor Chris Ham, Chief Executive, The King's Fund