Presentations from our conference, which looked at how governance and accountability will work in new care models and place-based systems of care.
About this event
The current focus on new care models, and place-based systems of care, requires organisations to work together to deliver services. How well these new systems are led, directed and held to account will be crucial to their success.
This one-day conference looked at how governance and accountability will work in these new, place-based systems.
Governance and accountability in new care models: key questions for commissioners and providers
- Ben Collins, Project Director, The King's Fund
Governance and accountability in the brave new world
- Saffron Cordery, Director of Policy and Strategy, NHS Providers
Governance arrangements in new care models: the legal viewpoint
- Robert Breedon, Partner, Head of Health and Care Sector, Gowling WLG
National development and regulation of new governance arrangements
- Ed Waller, Head of Multi-specialty Community Provider Contract Development and Intensive Support, NHS England
- Miranda Carter, Director of Foundation Trusts Assessment and New Organisational Models, NHS Improvement
Accountability for care quality and role of regulator: the CQC view
- Janet Williamson, Deputy Chief Inspector, Care Quality Commission
Session three: Emerging governance models in the vanguards
New payment systems in the Mid Nottinghamshire Better Together (PACs) vanguard
- Amanda Sullivan, Chief Operating Officer, Mid Nottinghamshire Better Together
The transition to an accountable care system in Somerset
- Jeremy Martin, Programme Director, South Somerset Symphony Programme
Dudley multispecialty community provider: delivering a whole population budget via a single provider
- Paul Maubach, Chief Accountable Officer, NHS Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group
Working in partnership to create a community-based health and care system
- Naresh Rati, Chief Executive, Modality Partnership