The King's Fund Annual Conference 2016: Tackling the main health and care priorities

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About

Bringing together more than 400 leaders from across the NHS, local authorities, housing, patients, carers, national bodies and the voluntary and community sector, this annual event aims to seek answers to the most difficult questions facing the system.

Presentations

Breakfast workshop

Lyn Sowray, Assistant Director, Operational Services, City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
Steve Manns, Integrated Digital Care Record (IDCR) Project Lead, City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
Chris Charlton, ‎Performance and Business Intelligence Lead, City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
Working towards an integrated electronic health record across health and social care: the Bradford social care story

This breakfast workshop was organised by our sponsor, TPP.

Session one: Sustaining existing services and standards of care

Professor Chris Ham, Chief Executive, The King’s Fund
Welcome and Introduction

Dr Stephen J Swensen, Medical Director, Office of Leadership and Organization Development, Mayo Clinic (United States)
Delivering high-quality, compassionate care in a multispecialty and integrated organisation

Session two: Breakouts

Anna Charles, Researcher, Policy, The King’s Fund
Sharing best practice in district nursing services

Dr Bob Brown, Executive Director of Nursing and Patient Safety, South Tyneside NHS Trust
Achieving maximum impact

Helen Chapman, Head of Integrated Community Care, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Delivering a high-quality district nursing service

Suzie Bailey, Director of Leadership and Quality Improvement, NHS Improvement
Introduction to the Culture and leadership programme

Our technology breakout session was hosted by Intel

Dr Parashkev Nachev, Senior Clinical Research Associate, University College London NHS Foundation Trust
Humanized information technology for acute stroke care

Hasib Aftab, Assistant Director, IT and Systems, NHS Camden Clinical Commissioning Group
Sharing information between organisations

Dr Nabihah Sachedina, Director, London Health and Care Devolution Programmme
Jemma Gilbert, Programme Director, London Head of Transformation, Healthy London Partnership
Transforming London's health and care together

Dr Russell Jones, Public Health Programme Manager, Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH)
Glasgow healthy cities

Session three: Reforming the NHS from within

Marianne Griffiths, Chief Executive, Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Driving up standards of care: patient focus, collaborative working and commitment to continuous improvement

Session four: Breakouts

Ruth Robertson, Fellow in Health Policy, The King’s Fund
The impact of NHS financial pressures

Nick Parkin, Senior Commissioning Manager, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham Clinical Commissioning Group
Phillip Bennett-Richards, GP and Clinical Director, Tower Hamlets GP Care Group and Chair, Tower Hamlets Together multispecialty community provider (MCP) vanguard
Happy, health, at home

Richard Fradgley, Director of Integrated Care, East London NHS Foundation Trust
Tower Hamlets together mental health

Ceinwen Giles, Patient Experience and Engagement Expert, and Director of Partnerships and Evaluation, Shine Cancer Support, and Trustee, Point of Care Foundation
Jagtar Dhanda, Head of Inclusion & London Lead, Macmillan Cancer Support
Building a new relationship with patients and communities

Closing keynote address

Lord Victor Adebowale CBE, Chief Executive, Turning Point and Non-Executive Director, NHS England