The King's Fund integrated care summit 2018

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As the national rhetoric focuses on supporting the delivery of population health and integrated care, different models of care and new ways of working are being implemented across England. While integrated care systems (ICSs) are emerging to lead on planning and commissioning care for their populations, providers are also working together to deliver integrated care locally. 

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  • see examples of different models of care developing across England, including integrated care partnerships (ICPs), primary and acute care systems (PACS), multispecialty community providers (MCPs), neighbourhood-based models and others
  • find out how new models of care and ways of working have been shaped in collaboration with patients and communities
  • learn about some of the different ways in which integration is being designed and implemented, incorporating integration of acute services, primary care, community services, social care, housing and voluntary and community sector groups
  • explore the use of digital technology to support the delivery of integrated care
  • discover ways in which leadership styles are changing to enable integrated care beyond individual roles and organisations.

Speakers include

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Charles Tallack

Head of NHS Operational Research and Evaluation, NHS England

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John Glover

Chief Information Officer, Bay Health and Care Partners

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Ramona Duguid

‎Programme Director, Integrated Care System, North Cumbria

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Sultan Mahmud

Integration Director, The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust

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Professor John Howarth

Joint Deputy Chief Executive, Executive Director of Integration, Partnerships and Population Health and Lead for ICS Development, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Nick Parkin

Senior Commissioning Manager, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham CCG

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Anna Charles

Senior Policy Adviser to the Chief Executive, The King's Fund

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Richard Stockley

Strategic Lead for Citizen-led Engagement, Surrey Heartlands and Senior Manager in Intelligence and Research, Surrey County Council

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Kate Ardern

Director of Public Health, Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council

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John Ribchester

Senior and Executive Partner and MCP Lead, Encompass, NHS Canterbury and Coastal CCG

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Steven Pleasant

Chief Executive, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dr Tracey Vell

Associate Lead for Primary and Community Care, Greater Manchester Health and Care Partnership

Sponsorship

Engage with leaders and decision-makers from across the health and care sector by sponsoring or exhibiting at this event. To find out more, please email Chris Lazenby or call him on 020 7307 2490.

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Programme

8.30am

Registration opens

9.00-9.45am

Breakfast session: Shared care records

More details to follow soon.

10.00-11.15am

Opening plenary: Integrated care in practice: taking stock of progress

10.00amWelcome and introduction

10.10amIntegrated care systems: how are they emerging in England?

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Anna Charles, Senior Policy Adviser to the Chief Executive, The King’s Fund
  • Hear the latest updates on how integrated care systems are developing in England and the learning for local and national leaders.

10.30amEvidence of the impact of new care models

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Charles Tallack, Head of NHS Operational Research and Evaluation, NHS England
  • Learn the results of the vanguard evaluation, how the results apply to integrated care systems and partnerships and lessons for adoption.

12.00-1.00pm

Breakout A: Breaking down sector silos

12.00pmWelcome and introduction

12.05pmPrimary care vertical integration in Wolverhampton

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  • Learn how Wolverhampton City Council, Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group and The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust are working together to integrate care for their local population.
  • Find out about their ground-breaking vertical integration programme and their journey to redesign service delivery with the combined intelligence of primary, secondary and community clinicians.

Sultan Mahmud, Integration Director, The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust

Breakout B: Shaping new models of integrated care with patients and communities

12.00pmWelcome and introduction

12.05pmThe Safe Haven at the Time Out Cafe, a pioneering out-of-hours mental health crisis service

Nick Parkin, Senior Commissioning Manager, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham CCG
  • Hear how Safe Havens in North East Hampshire and Farnham, have been developed in partnership with service users and communities to design and deliver the service. Safe havens offer a drop-in service for people with mental health needs in town centre locations at evenings and weekends as an alternative to A&E.

12.25pmDelivering maximum value from public involvement

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Richard Stockley,  Strategic Lead for Citizen-led Engagement, Surrey Heartlands and Senior Manager in Intelligence and Research, Surrey County Council
  • Hear about the approach in Surrey Heartlands to engaging populations around their priorities to gain insight and form the basis of how to design local services for communities.

Breakout C: Integrating beyond the health and care service

12.00pmWelcome and introduction

12.05pmPlace-based integration of public services in Wigan

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Kate Ardern, Director of Public Health, Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Learn how local public services have been working together to connect people to each other in communities as part of the Healthier Wigan Partnership ICO

12.25pmBringing services closer together for more joined up care

Dr Duncan Gooch, GP and Chair NHS Erewash CCG
  • Learn how Wellbeing Erewash is bringing professionals from across health and care and beyond to work as one team to focus on the needs of individual patients.

Breakout D: Use of data to support integrated care

12.05pmWelcome and introduction

12.25pmSupporting integrated care in Morecambe Bay

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John Glover, Chief Information Officer, Bay Health and Care Partners
  • Hear about the work going on in Cumbria to design data systems to support the delivery of integrated care from local partners.

2.00-3.15pm

Session three: Joining up care around communities

2.00pmWelcome and introduction

2.10pmUsing community assets to support healthy living

  • Learn about how Morecambe Bay has worked in Millom, an isolated community of 8,500 people in south Cumbria, to create a population health and wellbeing system. The energies of residents are channelled into strengthening local services in partnership with NHS organisations. An advanced community paramedic plays a key role in the system and a community-led recruitment campaign has helped fill GP vacancies.

Professor John Howarth, Joint Deputy Chief Executive, Executive Director of Integration, Partnerships and Population Health and Lead for ICS Development, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust 
Ramona Duguid, ‎Programme Director, Integrated Care System, North Cumbria

2.30pmThe Community Hub Operating Centre (CHOC) model

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John Ribchester, Senior and Executive Partner and MCP Lead, Encompass, NHS Canterbury and Coastal CCG
  • Hear about the work in Kent to join up care at scale around people and populations, with health, social care, voluntary and community involvement working together around local neighbourhoods.

3.35-4.45pm

Session four: Leading for integrated care

3.35pmWelcome back

4.00pmLeading beyond roles and organisations

Steven Pleasant, Chief Executive, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
Dr Tracey Vell, Associate Lead for Primary and Community Care, Greater Manchester Health and Care Partnership
Rebecca Larder, Director of Transformation, Nottinghamshire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership

More speakers to be announced soon.

4.45pmClose of conference

Exhibitors

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Discounts

Group rates

  • 10 per cent discount for 3-4 people
  • 15 per cent discount for 5-6 people
  • 20 per cent discount for 7 or more people. 

Please email Annie for your promotional code. The discount will not be automatically applied to your booking. 

Students 

Receive 50 per cent off if you're a student in full-time education. Please email Annie for your promotional code. 

Bursaries for patients and carers 

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

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