Integrated Care Summit 2016: Improving local population health and delivering accountable care

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Event overview

Showcasing learning from national and international accountable care systems, as well as other emerging new care models, the summit explored more systemic and integrated approaches to improving population health.

Presentations

Session one

Dr Elliott S. Fisher, Director, The Dartmouth Institute of Health Policy and Clinical Practice:
Accountable care organisations (ACOs) in the United States: what we know so far and lessons for England

Professor Chris Ham Chief Executive, The King's Fund:
Accountable Care Organisations: what does this mean for England?

Session two: Developing accountable care

Dr Hugh Reeve, GP, Chief Clinical Officer, NHS Cumbria Clinical Commissioning Group
Morecambe Bay: how providers and commissioners are working with local authorities and GP federations to develop an ‘accountable care system’

Birju Bartoli, Deputy Chief Executive from Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Julie Ross, Chief Operating Officer, Northumberland Clinical Commissioning Group
The journey to creating an ‘accountable care organisation’ in Northumberland

Professor Kate Ardern, Director of Public Health, Wigan Council
Paul Lynch, Assistant Director, Strategy and Collaboration, NHS Wigan Borough Clinical Commissioning Group
The Deal for Health and Wellness: Integrated care and wellbeing in Wigan

Session three: Improving population health and wellbeing

Dr David Lyon, GP and Clinical Lead, NHS Halton Clinical Commissioning Group
Community wellbeing practices in Halton

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

Professor Nicholas Mays, Professor of Health Policy and Director, Policy Innovation Research Unit, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Early evaluation of the integrated care and support pioneers programme

Charlotte Ramsden on behalf of Our Salford
Salford: setting up a new integrated care organisation to completely join-up all adult social care services and the NHS

James Sanderson, Director of Personalisation and Choice, NHS England
Sam Bennett, Head of Integrated Personal Commissioning and Personal Health Budgets, NHS England
Alison Froude, IPC Programme Manager (Hampshire County Council)
Integration for individuals: the role of personal budgets

Anna Raleigh, Joint Acting Director of Public Health, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames
Nicky Simpson, Delivery and Development Manager, Housing and Regeneration Directorate, Serving Richmond and Wandsworth Councils
Developing the public health role in local authority and NHS integration

Elspeth Desert, Consultant Clinical and Health Psychologist, Clinical Director, Cumberland Infirmary, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Developing the integrated pathway across organisational boundaries

Dr Christopher Hilton, Director of Business and Strategy, West London Mental Health NHS Trust
Evolving the model for integrating physical health, mental health and social care to include closer collaboration with primary care

Session four

Dr Tim Ferris, Medical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Vice President of Population Health Management, Partners HealthCare
Using population health management to improve the quality of care and health outcomes, while lowering the overall cost

Rob Whiteman, Chief Executive, CIPFA (Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy)
How the NHS can work more closely with local authorities and other partners