The King's Fund Annual Conference 2017

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Focusing on the key opportunities to improve health and care, our annual conference is the leading event for system leaders and practitioners to discover, learn and celebrate ways of delivering better health and care services.

Our highly-respected policy researchers and leadership and organisational development experts work on the event to bring you evidence-based content that will inspire you to improve the services you’re responsible for. Over two days, the sessions will share insight and lessons on how the system can improve in these three areas:

  • health and wellbeing
  • care and quality
  • finance and efficiency.

Day one: Population health and prevention: our shared priority

Sessions will focus on the practicalities of improving population health and prioritising prevention by looking at how to strengthen partnerships between all those working in population health systems - including local government, the NHS, housing, education, fire and rescue services, the police, education and the private and voluntary and community sectors.

Day two: A modern health and care system

Improving the efficiency and quality of care is the focus of day two. Sessions will look at how to overcome the barriers and challenges of maintaining and improving the standard of care at a time of constrained budgets. We’ll also explore the drive to implement sustainability and transformation partnerships and accountable care systems, and evaluate whether they can deliver the transformation that is needed.

Conference topics

Throughout the two days we'll focus on the key topics that you're grappling with as health and care leaders in today's system.

Population health and prevention

Accountable care

Productivity and value for money

Primary and community care

Sustainability and transformation partnerships

New care models

Keynote speakers


Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP

Secretary of State for Health, Department of Health

Jeremy Hunt was appointed Secretary of State for Health in September 2012. He'll be giving the closing keynote address at the end of day two.


Professor Sir Michael Marmot

Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College, London and President, World Medical Association

Internationally renowned, Sir Michael Marmott has led research groups on health inequalities for more than 35 years. In his keynote address on day one he'll talk about what should be done to prioritise and develop further action on reducing the social gradient in health in the UK.


Rt Hon Patricia Hewitt

Chair, Oversight Group, Norfolk and Waveney Sustainability and Transformation Partnership and Chair, UK India Business Council (UKIBC)

Former Secretary of State for Health, Patricia Hewitt has been Chair of the UK India Business Council since 2009. In her keynote address, she'll talk about how learning from innovations in India could help drive the success of sustainability and transformation partnerships in England.


Joe McCannon

Co-Founder and CEO, Billions Institute

Previously Joe was an appointee in the Obama Administration, where he rolled out major pieces of the Affordable Care Act and was part of the founding leadership team at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI). He has supported large-scale transformation in several nations, and on day one he'll talk about how we can accelerate the focus on spread and scale in population health.


Jeremy Marlow

Executive Director of Operational Productivity, NHS Improvement

Jeremy Marlow will talk about how the extension to the national Model Hospital programme can lead to greater efficiency in organisations providing community and mental health services.

Day one programme


Registration and exhibition opens


Breakfast session

Join us for some breakfast at the first session of the day. Further details on the session content will be available soon.


Place-based approaches to prevention

Professor Sir Michael Marmot will open the conference and in this session you'll also explore how we can build a stronger and more resilient prevention and public health system.

10.00amConference welcome and introduction

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

10.05amPrioritising and developing further action on reducing the social gradient in health

Professor Sir Michael Marmot, Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College, London, and President, World Medical Association
  • Exploring the role all public-sector agencies play (including central and local government, the NHS, housing, education, police, and the fire service) and private and voluntary and community sectors play in the social determinants of health agenda.
  • Empowering individuals and communities to ensure effective participatory decision-making at local level.

10.30amPrinciples and recommendations for a stronger and more resilient prevention and public health system

Dr Durka Dougall and David Buck
  • Interim findings from our research: what does good looks like? How is the current system is shaping up in terms of performance and structure? What needs to happen next?
  • Everyone’s responsibility – exploring public health responsibilities of those not in ‘public health’ roles, and increasing involvement and influence in integration efforts (leadership at all levels).
  • Empowering and upskilling public health professionals to lead system change.
  • Building a public health system flexible and adaptive enough to respond to change.


  • David Buck, Senior Fellow, Public Health and Health Inequalities, The King’s Fund
  • Durka Dougall, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King's Fund

10.50amQuestions and discussion

11.00amPanel discussion and question and answer session

Following the morning's presentations, listen to the thoughts of our panel and put your questions to our speakers.


  • Martin Reeves, Chief Executive, Coventry City Council
  • Shirley Cramer CBE, Chief Executive, Royal Society for Public Health
  • Rob Webster, Chief Executive, South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust 
  • Greg Fell, Director of Public Health, Sheffield City Council
  • David Orr, Chief Executive, National Housing Federation

11.30amSession close and refreshment break

12.00-1.00pm: Morning breakout sessions

Breakout session 1A

Preventive care and support for older adults.

12.00pmWelcome and introduction

Linda Hindle, Lead Allied Health Professional and National Engagement Lead for Police, Fire and Ambulance Service, Public Health England

12.05pmApproaches for preventative care and support for older adults

Speakers include:

  • Tony Hunter, Head of Prevention, Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service
    Tony will provide an insight into the vital role that fire and rescue services play in working with older people in their homes to keep them safe and well.
  • Jacquie White, Deputy Director - Long Term Conditions (Children and Adults), NHS England
  • Jess Slade, Participation Development Officer, Torbay Community Development Trust
  • Fiona Wood, Head of Social Innovation, Design Council

Breakout session 1B

Realising the potential of community-based solutions

12.00pmWelcome and introduction

Lisa Weaks, Head of Third Sector, The King's Fund

The session will explore the following questions.

  • What are the characteristics of effective community-based solutions to health and wellness?
  • Why is the community sector so important in the system?
  • What are the barriers to influencing what happens in the system?
  • What needs to happen to affect change?

Speakers include:
Javina Sehgal, Executive Consultant and Programme Director, Thrive London 
Thrive LDN is a citywide movement that empowers individuals and communities to lead change, address inequalities that lead to poor mental health and create their own ways to improve mental health and wellbeing.

Breakout session 1C

The role of data in population health systems.

12.00pmWelcome and introduction

Philip Clow, Head of Pacific Programme, NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA)

This session will explore:

  • the latest thinking in how population health management is aiding prevention
  • practical examples of population health analytics
  • the importance of quality data collection and analysis
  • how population health management and prevention form part of the modern health and social care system.

12.05pmApproaches to using data in population health systems

Speakers include:

  • Bevleigh Evans, Head of Care Model Design, NHS England
  • Moira Griffiths, Executive Director for Care and Support, Family Mosaic Housing
  • Professor John Wright, Director of Research, Bradford Institute for Health Research, Chief Investigator, Born in Bradford and Clinical Director, Improvement Academy

Born in Bradford is one of the largest research studies in the world, tracking the lives of  more than 30,000 people in Bradford. The team uses the findings to develop new and practical ways to work with families and health professionals to improve the health and wellbeing of our communities.


Lunch break

Enjoy a hot fork buffet lunch, take the time to visit the exhibition area, and network with fellow attendees.

2.00-3.15pm: Afternoon breakout sessions

Breakout session 1D

Supporting change in people with multiple unhealthy behaviours.

2.00pmWelcome and introduction

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

This session builds on from our report in 2012 looking at the Clustering of unhealthy behaviours over time. You will hear from services that are trying to tackle the issue of multiple unhealthy behaviours within an individual, as well as an update on some work being conducted by The King’s Fund.

2.05pmFindings from the Fund’s research into behaviour change services

Harry Evans, Researcher, The King's Fund
  • Integrated services that support individuals with combinations of more than one unhealthy behaviour.
  • Challenges and drivers of supporting people with multiple behaviours.

2.20pmIntegrated health and wellbeing service: OneLife Suffolk

Caroline Angus and Lynda Bradford, Suffolk County Council
  • Embedding prevention throughout the wider system and the role of the integrated lifestyle service.
  • Working in partnership with hospital trusts to develop healthy hospital models.
  • Using an integrated healthy lifestyle service to address multiple negative lifestyle behaviours to reduce health inequalities. 


  • Caroline Angus, Health Improvement Commissioner, Suffolk County Council
  • Lynda Bradford, Head of Health Improvement, Suffolk County Council 

2.35pmBlackburn with Darwen Wellbeing Service

Alison Abbott, Health and Wellbeing Manager, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council
  • Achieving consistency in the public-facing service by having a single point of contact.
  • Agreeing outcome measures (including key performance indicators) that are meaningful and can be used for evaluation to demonstrate effectiveness and long-term change.
  • Practical challenges in designing, commissioning and implementing these services.
  • Identifying the main opportunities within the system.

2.50pmHow Public Health England is learning from local practice

Frances Cunning, Deputy Director – Health and Wellbeing, Yorkshire and the Humber Centre, Public Health England

Breakout session 1E

Realising our ambitions for the health of infants, children, young people.

2.00pmWelcome and introduction

Alex Baylis, Assistant Director, Policy, The King's Fund

2.10pmImproving child health through strengthening and applying science in children’s health services, systems, and policy: why this is important now

Dr Ingrid Wolfe, Director, Children and Young People's Health Partnership​, Consultant Paediatric Public Health Medicine, Evelina London Children's Healthcare, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

2.30pmPrioritising children as a city-wide issue through the sustainability and transformation partnership

Sarah-Jane Marsh, Chief Executive, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • How to secure priority for children: what was involved and what are local partners doing in practical terms.

2.40pmHow do we ensure all local areas give greater priority to children and families?

Professor Neena Modi, President, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
  • The moral, scientific and economic case for investing in child health 
  • Lessons from experience in influencing attitudes, policy and national leadership. 

Breakout 1F

Making prevention everyone’s business.

2.00pmMaking prevention everyone's business


  • Durka Dougall, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King's Fund
  • Ruth Robertson, Fellow, Health Policy, The King’s Fund

This innovative session brings together people from across a wide range of sectors to explore how we can individually and collectively make population health everyone’s business. Attendees may be in a traditional public health role looking to broaden the reach of their work, or in a non-traditional role determined to make a difference to the lives of local people and communities. 

In this session, attendees will hear about innovative case studies and have an opportunity to discuss their own experience of trying to make population health everyone’s business. 

2.05pmMaking population health everyone’s business: what does good look like?

Shirley Cramer CBE, Chief Executive, Royal Society for Public Health
  • The need for wide-reaching efforts to improve the health of the population – is there really a role for everyone in this? 
  • Efforts by national organisations to act on and support this agenda. 

2.20pmConnecting across sectors: how the arts can play a key role

Dr Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt, Researcher, All-Party Parliamentary Group for Arts, Health and Wellbeing, Cultural Partnerships and Enquiry, King's College London

2.35pmConnecting with the wider workforce

Joanna Lewis, Director of Strategy and Policy, Food for Life, Soil Association

2.50pmConnecting with citizens and the wider community

William Nicholson, Change Consultant, The Health Foundry, The Dragon Café and The Alchemy Project
  • Examples of innovative work with deprived communities that supports local people to lead health and care improvements. 

3.05pmQuestions and discussion: what needs to be done to make population health everyone’s business?

  • How does this fit with your experience?  
  • How could we individually and collectively create a system in which population health is everyone’s business? 
  • What are your tips for making this work and overcoming the challenges? 
  • What could be achieved for people health and care if we did? 


Improving population health at scale

In this session Joe McCannon and Gary Belkin will share experiences on how to scale population health and prevention approaches. We'll also explore the role that sustainability and transformation partnerships and accountable care systems need to play in this.

3.45pmWelcome and introduction

Rt Hon Jacqui Smith, Trustee, The King’s Fund; Chair, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust; Interim Chair, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust and Vice-Chair, Birmingham and Solihull sustainability and transformation plan board

3.50pmHow can we accelerate the focus on spread and scale in population health?

Joe McCannon, Co-Founder and CEO, Billions Institute
  • Exploring the characteristics that define local programs that have successfully achieved scale.
  • Practical aspects of how to spread and scale ideas, practices, and policies.
  • Barriers and successes of effectively improving population health outcomes.

Previously Joe was an appointee in the Obama Administration, where he rolled out major pieces of the Affordable Care Act and was part of the founding leadership team at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation. He has supported large-scale transformation in several nations, including Canada, Denmark, England, Japan and South Africa, and consulted on the topic for several organisations, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the World Health Organisation.

4.15pmQuestions and discussion

4.25pmImproving population mental health: Thrive NYC

Gary Belkin, Executive Deputy Commissioner, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
  • Lessons from New York City’s public health approach to changing the way people think about mental health, and how the government and local partners provide care.
  • How to change the culture, act early, close treatment gaps, partner with communities, use data better, and strengthen government’s ability to lead.
  • Embracing the wisdom and strengths of local communities by collaborating with them to create effective and culturally competent solutions.

4.45pmPanel response

Following Joe and Gary's talks, our panellists will respond and consider:

  • How can prevention be addressed more consistently through our integration efforts?
  • Are all the partners around the STP/ACS table who need to be there?
  • Is there sufficient understanding about what prevention is and why it is important among system leaders?
  • What more can be done to support this at a local and national level?


  • Dr Matthew Dolman, GP and Chairman, NHS Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group
  • Michael Macdonnell, Director, System Transformation, Operations and Information, NHS England
  • Dr Yvonne Doyle, Regional Director, Public Health England
  • Will Hancock, Chief Executive, South Central Ambulance Service and National Lead for Dementia, Association of Ambulance Chief Executives
  • Professor Jim McManus, Director of Public Health, Hertfordshire County Council

5.05pmQuestion and answer session

5.15pmClose of day one

Day two programme


Registration and exhibition opens


Breakfast session

Join us for some breakfast at the first session of day two. Further details on the session content will be available soon.


Day two opening session

In the opening session of day two you'll explore how we can overcome the productivity and efficiency challenge facing the NHS and wider health care system.

10.00amWelcome and introduction to day two

Dr Jane Collins, Trustee, The King’s Fund and Chief Executive, Marie Curie
  • Efforts to support our health and care system to meet modern requirements.
  • NHS productivity challenge: how do we get the balance between cost-cutting and a better allocation of resources?
  • How can we get the best value for the NHS and patients?

10.05amApplying learning from innovations in India to STPs

Rt Hon Patricia Hewitt, Chair, Oversight Group, Norfolk and Waveney Sustainability and Transformation Partnership and Chair, UK India Business Council
  • How England can learn from India’s approach to rethinking the entire health system and maximising the use of technology.
Keynote address

10.25amOvercoming challenges involved in reaching financial balance while transforming NHS services and improving quality

Richard Douglas CB, Interim Chair, NHS Improvement and Former Director-General of Finance, Department of Health

10.45amQuestion and answer session

11.00amPanel discussion

Following the opening presentations our panel will discuss issues such as:

  • How can organisations and individuals continuously learn and improve as part of a wider health care system?
  • Joining up primary and secondary care.
  • Harnessing the power of how clinical and finance staff deliver value.
  • Where do patients and communities fit into this? 

Panellists include:

  • Professor Ted Baker, Chief Inspector of Hospitals, Care Quality Commission 
  • Dr Ruth Briel, Clinical Director, Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
  • Professor Tim Briggs, Chair, Getting It Right First Time Programme and National Director of Clinical Quality and Efficiency, NHS Improvement
  • Dr Josephine Sauvage, GP, City Road Medical Practice and Chair, NHS Islington Clinical Commissioning Group
  • David Hodge CBE, Leader of the Council, Surrey County Council
  • Don Redding, Director of Policy, National Voices

11.30amSession close and refreshment break

12.00-1.00pm: Morning breakout sessions

Breakout session 2A

Boosting productivity in the NHS.

12.00pmWelcome and introduction

12.10pmHow NHS providers are driving down unwarranted variation and boosting productivity

Dr Jeremy Marlow, Executive Director of Operational Productivity, NHS Improvement
  • Trusts are facing significant operational pressures and it has never been more important to maximise productivity and ensure the NHS delivers high- quality care at good value.
  • Under these circumstances how are NHS organisations making operational productivity ‘business as usual’ and how is the NHS aiming to achieve at efficiency savings of least £5 billion by 2020/21. 
  • You will also hear from a chief executive on how their trust is implementing the recommendations on the ground and the improvements achieved to date.   

Breakout session 2B

Primary care at scale.

12.00pmPrimary care at scale

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

This session will provide an insight into examples of collaborations and mergers of clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) and primary care federations. Speakers will share reflections about how they are using their scale to create opportunities to improve access and care for all patients and to create sustainable GP services that are fit for the future. 

Speakers include:

  • Dr Naresh Rati, GP and CEO, Modality Group
  • Maggie MacIsaac, Accountable Officer, NHS North Hampshire, NHS Fareham and Gosport, NHS North East Hampshire and NHS South Eastern Hampshire CCGs

Breakout session 2C

Integration between local authorities and the NHS.

12.00pmWelcome and introduction

Richard Humphries, Senior Fellow, The King’s Fund

This session will provide an insight into two local areas that are developing commissioning and integration arrangements between the NHS and local council. 

Speakers include:

  • Daljit Lally OBE, Interim Chief Executive, Northumberland County Council & Executive Director Community, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
    Daljit will provide an insight into how the new integrated accountable care organisation model for Northumberland is developing and how this fits with the draft sustainability and transformation plan  for Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, and North Durham.
  • Cllr Jonathan McShane, Cabinet Member for Health, Social Care and Devolution, London Borough of Hackney
    Jonathan will outline Hackney's approach to integration of health and social care and lessons for other local areas.
  • Helen Charlesworth-May, Strategic Director – Adults and Health, London Borough of Lambeth


Lunch break

Enjoy a hot fork buffet lunch, take the time to visit the exhibition area, and network with fellow attendees.

Breakout session 2D

Delivering services effectively in a difficult environment.

2.00pmWelcome and introduction

Alex Baylis, Assistant Director, Policy, The King's Fund

This session will explore the theme of delivering services effectively even when there is a difficult environment of fragmentation plus financial pressure.

2.10pmFragmentation: lessons from sexual health and HIV services

Professor Jane Anderson, Visiting Fellow, The King’s Fund, and Consultant Physician in HIV Medicine, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Winning a tender to provide sexual health services to the City, and navigating through all the difficulties to bring everyone together at a whole-system event. 
  • Navigating a challenging route to finally get connected to the sustainability and transformation plan.

2.25pmCommissioner’s perspective: turning financial pressure into an opportunity for innovation

Dr Kathy Hoffman, Diabetes Clinical Lead, Aylesbury Vale and Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Groups, and Collaborative Care and Support Planning Champion, Royal College of General Practitioners
  • Reducing the complexity of the system to improve care. 
  • Using the flexibilities of co-commissioning and working with public health within the council to commission a provider as a single point of access.

2.40pmSystem leadership perspective: bringing different interests together and avoiding a fortress mentality

Matthew Emerson, Head of Quality Assurance and Improvement (Children's and Adult Services), Bolton Council
  • Developing relationships across the local authority and NHS systems to support each other through financial challenges

Breakout session 2E

Putting technology at the heart of accountable care.

12.00pmWelcome and introduction

Harry Evans, Researcher, The King's Fund

Attendees will hear how digital technology is being used in to transform care across an accountable care system, including what the barriers are in engaging a population in digital transformation.

2.10pmBerkshire West and Frimley accountable care system

Nigel Foster and Katie Summers
  • How the joint digital programme of sharing records and developing population health analytics is supporting the new models of care.


  • Nigel Foster, Director of Finance and IT, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
  • Katie Summers, Director of Operations, NHS Wokingham Clinical Commissioning Group

2.30pmThe Liverpool Way: digital care in a joined-up health and care system

Kate Warriner and Dr Chris Grant

•    Lessons from Liverpool’s digital journey across the system: culture, values, behaviours.


  • Kate Warriner, Healthy Liverpool Digital Lead, Royal Liverpool Global Digital Exemplar Programme Director, NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group
  • Dr Chris Grant, Deputy Clinical Director and Clinical Care Consultant, Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Breakout session 2F

Practical value in the NHS.

2.00pmWelcome and introduction

Siva Anandaciva, Chief Analyst, The King’s Fund

This session will explore in detail the practical steps senior clinicians and managers can take to deliver better value care for patients. We will hear from senior leaders in Bolton NHS Foundation Trust who developed an internally led change programme that restored the trust to financial balance, as well as an update from recent work at The King’s Fund to better understand the different approaches NHS organisations are taking to pursue better value services. 

2.10pmThe frontline reality of challenges and opportunities in pursuing better value care for individual patients, clinical services, and trust

Dr Matthew Lewis, Consultant in General Medicine and Gastroenterology, Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust, and Visiting Fellow, The King’s Fund

2.25pmDelivering better value for money at an institution and system level

Fishbowl interview with Jon Green, Chief Executive, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kings Lynn NHS Foundation Trust 

Jon will draw on his reflections and experience from across his naval career, his previous Chief Operating Officer role at Suffolk, and his current CEO role, to outline how he maintains a focus on delivering value for money at a time of financial and staffing challenges in the NHS and social acre, including:  

  • how does the task of delivering greater value feel different as a CEO vs an Executive Director and how is this task affected by the different operating contexts of the trusts and sectors he has experienced?  
  • how do you work with your senior team, and really listen and respond to the views of frontline managers and clinicians to make change happen?  
  • how do you balance the needs of the system with the needs of the institution in delivering better value?


Driving innovation and making change happen

In this session you'll hear from the Secretary of State for Health, Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP. We'll also explore the move to accountable care systems in health and care and how to make a success of this.

3.45pmWelcome and introduction to the sessoin

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

3.50pmLeading complex system change

Jon Rouse, Chief Officer, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership

4.10pmQuestions and discussion

4.20pmWhat does it take to be a good accountable care system?

  • Are we trying to re-invent the integration wheel or are we truly building on the learning of others?
  • Are those leading STPs, ACOs and other integration efforts talking to each other?
  • Do we have gaps in leadership of integration efforts – voluntary care sector organisations, members of public or communities? What is the future of integration efforts in UK?
  • Where is integration going and what is needed to get there?  

Panellists include:

  • Steve McManus, Chief Executive, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr Christopher Hilton, Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist and Director of Business and Strategy, West London Mental Health NHS
  • Rachael Shimmin OBE, Chief Executive, Buckinghamshire County Council
  • Gavin Stephens, Deputy Chief Constable, Surrey Police 
Panel discussion

4.50pmClosing keynote address

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

5.05pmQuestions and discussion

5.15pmClose of conference


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