Future of commissioning

Date: 
Time: 
8.45am-4.45pm
Venue: 
The King's Fund, London W1G 0AN
Event type: 
Conference

About

About this event

This event will help NHS and social care commissioners understand how commissioning is changing in response to the move towards:

Why you should attend

As a health and social care commissioner, it is important for you to understand what impact future changes will have on your role, organisation and the care you commission for your patients.

Learn from other commissioners

Come to the event to learn from clinical commissioning groups and local authorities that have taken the first step towards new organisational arrangements including mergers, collaborations and joint strategic commissioning arrangements.

Find out how you can influence change

Find out how commissioners can influence the development and delivery of sustainability and transformation partnerships and accountable care systems.

Discover what the future holds

Learn about what the future holds for commissioning from speakers including:

  • Ian Dodge, National Director, Commissioning Strategy at NHS England
  • Dr Amanda Doyle, GP, Co-chair, NHS Clinical Commissioners, Chief Clinical Officer, Blackpool Clinical Commissioning Group and STP Lead for Lancashire and South Cumbria
  • Ian Williamson, Chief Accountable Officer (Designate) Manchester Health and Care Commissioning, and Chief Officer, Central Manchester Clinical Commissioning Group.

See the full agenda >

This is a unique opportunity to come together with fellow commissioners to explore how your roles will change in the future. Don’t miss out – book your place today.

Programme

8.45am: Registration opens

Breakfast session: Commissioning for improved population health outcomes

9.00-9.45am

This session will be looking at:

  • tools and services to support outcomes based commissioning
  • the roole of technology in supporting self-care programmes
  • data-driven approach to population stratification and resource management
  • evidence for savings across the local health and care economy

The breakfast session is organised by the conference sponsors Philips.

Session one: opening plenary

9.50am: Welcome and introduction

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

9.55am: Opening keynote address

  • Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View – examining the importance of strong strategic clinical commissioning.
  • The role of commissioners in the delivery of sustainability and transformation partnerships and the aim to create accountable care systems.
  • How will their influence change?
  • Priorities, threats and opportunities for commissioners.

Matthew Swindells, National Director, Operations and Information, NHS England

10.15am: Questions and discussion

10.20am: Accountable care in practice: Israel and New York State

Professor Ran Balicer, Director, Health Policy Planning, Clalit Health Services
Mark Britnell, Chairman and Senior Partner, Global Health Practice, KPMG

10.45am: Questions and discussion

10.35am: Panel discussion

  • How are commissioners playing a key role as architects of the changing landscape?
  • How do we ensure that the critical benefits brought by CCGs - with their combination of credible clinical leadership, expertise and knowledge of the communities they serve
    – are not lost?
  • Where do commissioning support units fit into this?
  • What does the future look like for specialised commissioning?

Panellists include:

  • Professor Nick Harding OBE, Chair of Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group
  • Sir Sam Everington OBE, GP, Chair, NHS Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group and Clinical Lead for the North-East London STP footprint
  • Dr Graham Jackson, GP, Co-chair, NHS Clinical Commissioners and Chair, NHS Aylesbury Vale Clinical Commissioning Group
  • Ruth Robertson, Fellow, Policy, The King’s Fund

11.00am: Questions and discussion

11.20am: Refreshment break and networking

Session two: Lessons on collaborative working and mergers

11.50am: Welcome back

Julie Wood, Chief Executive, NHS Clinical Commissioners

11.55am: Merger: learning from merging three clinical commissioning groups in Newcastle and Gateshead

  • The journey to merging NHS Gateshead CCG, NHS Newcastle North and East CCG and NHS Newcastle West CCG into one single organisation in 2015.
  • Impact on the local population.

Mark Adams, Chief Officer, NHS Newcastle and Gateshead Clinical Commissioning Group and STP lead, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear

12.10pm: Collaboration: learning from the collaboration of the eight clinical commissioning groups in North West London

  • Impact on the local population.

Dr Mark Spencer, Shaping a Healthier Future Lead Medical Director, NHS North West London Collaborative of Clinical Commissioning Groups

12.25pm: Integrated commissioning between the local authority and clinical commissioning group

  • Developing an integrated care organisation in Salford and parallel integrated commissioning arrangements.
  • Engaging key stakeholders and lessons learnt.
  • Driving towards a single commissioning function: strategy v tactical commissioning.

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

Anthony Hassall, Chief Accountable Officer, NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group

12.40pm: Questions and discussion

1.00pm: Networking lunch

Session three: Moving towards accountable care organisations and systems

2.00pm: Welcome and introduction

  • Looking at the future role of local commissioning as accountable care organisations and systems develop in England.

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

2.10pm: The Berkshire West Accountable Care System

  • Progress made by CCGs and providers working together to develop a new financial framework based on the Berkshire West pooled budget.
  • Rebalancing primary, community and acute care through system-wide transformation.
  • Measuring and tracking progress in relation to: developing a preventative model of working, improving patient experiences and outcomes and delivering financial sustainability for the system.

Dr Cathy Winfield, Chief Officer, Berkshire West Clinical Commissioning Groups

2.30pm: Greater Manchester’s five year plan: Taking Charge of our Health and Social Care

  • Progress made in developing their accountable care system and measuring outcomes.
  • The Greater Manchester Commissioning Strategy – developing joined up commissioning for priority areas such as Adult Social Services, Children’s Services, Learning Disabilities, Mental Health and improving the health of people living in Greater Manchester.

Ian Williamson, Chief Accountable Officer (Designate) Manchester Health and Care Commissioning, and Chief Officer, Central Manchester Clinical Commissioning Group

2.50pm: Questions and discussion

3.00-3.30pm: Afternoon refreshments, networking and exhibition

Session four: The future of local commissioning in the NHS

3.30pm: Welcome back

Richard Murray, Director of Policy, The King’s Fund

3.35pm: Panel discussion: What needs to happen to move towards strategic clinical commissioning?

  • Dr Amanda Doyle, GP, Co-chair, NHS Clinical Commissioners, Chief Clinical Officer, Blackpool Clinical Commissioning Group and STP Lead for Lancashire and South Cumbria
  • Professor Chris Ham, Chief Executive, The King’s Fund
  • Dr Wendy Thomson, Managing Director, Norfolk County Council and Lead, Norfolk and Waveney Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP)
  • Richard Samuel, Chief Officer, NHS Fareham and Gosport Clinical Commissioning Group and STP Lead for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight

4.10pm: Afternoon keynote: Commissioning – where next?

  • Reflections on how national bodies can support and enhance commissioning capability.

Ian Dodge, National Director, Commissioning Strategy, NHS England

4.30pm: Questions and discussion

4.45pm: Closing summary and close of conference

Speakers

Event speakers

Ian Dodge, National Director, Commissioning Strategy, NHS England

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

Matthew Swindells, National Director, Operations and Information, NHS England

Professor Ran Balicer, Director, Health Policy Planning, Clalit Health Services
Mark Britnell, Chairman and Senior Partner, Global Health Practice, KPMG

Professor Nick Harding OBE, Chair of Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group

Sir Sam Everington OBE, GP, Chair, NHS Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group and Clinical Lead for the North-East London STP footprint

Dr Graham Jackson, GP, Co-chair, NHS Clinical Commissioners and Chair, NHS Aylesbury Vale Clinical Commissioning Group

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

Julie Wood, Chief Executive, NHS Clinical Commissioners

Mark Adams, Chief Officer, NHS Newcastle and Gateshead Clinical Commissioning Group and STP lead, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear

Dr Mark Spencer, Shaping a Healthier Future Lead Medical Director, NHS North West London Collaborative of Clinical Commissioning Groups

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

Anthony Hassall, Chief Accountable Officer, NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group

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

Dr Cathy Winfield, Chief Officer, Berkshire West Clinical Commissioning Groups

Ian Williamson, Chief Accountable Officer (Designate) Manchester Health and Care Commissioning, and Chief Officer, Central Manchester Clinical Commissioning Group

Richard Murray, Director of Policy, The King’s Fund

Dr Amanda Doyle, GP, Co-chair, NHS Clinical Commissioners, Chief Clinical Officer, Blackpool Clinical Commissioning Group and STP Lead for Lancashire and South Cumbria

Dr Wendy Thomson, Managing Director, Norfolk County Council and Lead, Norfolk and Waveney Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP)

Richard Samuel, Chief Officer, NHS Fareham and Gosport Clinical Commissioning Group and STP Lead for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight

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We offer a limited number of bursary (free) places for our conferences. These are reserved for patients and carers. To apply for a bursary for this event, please email Annie.

Multi-conference discount

You might also be interested in our event, Difficult commissioning decisions, taking place on Wednesday 5 July 2017. There is a 25% discount available if you would like to book places on both events. To access this discount please use the promotional code CCGMULTI.

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