Learning from new care models here and abroad: making accountable care happen

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Whether you’re working on developing new care models, sustainability and transformation partnerships or accountable care systems, this event will provide valuable lessons to help you overcome the issues you face as you work towards integrating health and care services.

Why you should attend

A mixture of practical, hands on, expert advice, and inspirational case studies from some of the most innovative examples of integrated care.

Lessons from international health systems

Come and learn from leaders of international health systems that have undergone whole-system change. Pioneering international examples – including the health system in Canterbury, New Zealand, and Nuka system of care in Alaska, US – will share learning to help you on your journey towards accountable care.

Understand your local context

Explore the importance of understanding the local context when shaping your approach. Experts in our policy and leadership and organisational development teams will facilitate sessions to help you think about how you can approach redesigning services to support greater integration.

Discover what's going on around England

Discover how new care model vanguards and other initiatives in England are delivering more joined-up care by breaking down the barriers between GPs and hospitals, investing in community services and marrying the different forms of accountabilities in local government and the NHS.

Speakers

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Jim Mackey

Chief Executive, NHS Improvement

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David Meates

Chief Executive Officer, Canterbury District Health Board, New Zealand

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Michelle Mitchell OBE

Chief Executive, MS Society and Non-Executive Director, NHS England

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Vince Barry

Chief Executive Officer, Pegasus Health, New Zealand

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Michael Macdonnell

Director of System Transformation, NHS England

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Wendy Saviour

Managing Director, Nottinghamshire Health and Care Transformation Partnership 

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Dr Al Mulley

Managing Director for Global Health Care Delivery Science, The Dartmouth Institute, USA

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Dr Nav Chana

GP and Chairman, National Association of Primary Care (NAPC)

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Michelle Tierney

Vice President of Organisational Development & Innovation, Southcentral Foundation, Alaska, USA

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Paul Maubach

Chief Executive Officer, NHS Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group

David Loughton CBE

Chief Executive, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

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Debbie Ward

Chief Executive of Dorset County Council

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Sir Andrew Cash OBE

Chief Executive, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Beccy Baird

Fellow in Health Policy, The King's Fund

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Dr Nicola Walsh

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

Dr Steven Laitner

General Practitioner

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Cllr Richard Kemp CBE

Deputy Chair, Community Wellbeing Board, Local Government Association (LGA) and Leader of the Liberal Democrats on Liverpool City Council

Dominic Frankis

Programme Manager, Primary Care Home Programme, National Association of Primary Care (NAPC)

Dr Steve Tierney

Medical Director, Southcentral Foundation, Alaska, USA

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Leanndra Ross

Senior Director of Organisational Development, Southcentral Foundation, Alaska, USA

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Chris Hopson

Chief Executive, NHS Providers

Programme

9.00am

Registration opens and networking

10.00-11.15am

Opening plenary

Including keynote speakers from NHS Improvement, Canterbury District Health Board, New Zealand and Pegasus Health, New Zealand. 

10.00amWelcome and introduction

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

10.05amDeveloping local leadership as systems with accountability for population health

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Jim Mackey, Chief Executive, NHS Improvement
  • From sustainability and transformation plans (STPs) to accountable care systems
Keynote speaker

10.25amProviding place-based integrated health and care

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David Meates, Chief Executive Officer, Canterbury District Health Board, New Zealand
  • Learn about Canterbury’s programme of transformation, which focuses on creating a single, integrated health and social care system where services would work together around the needs of patients and reduce the time people ‘wasted’ waiting for services.
  • Discover the organisation's unifying concept of ‘one system, one budget’ and learn all about it's staff engagement strategies. 
Keynote speaker

10.45amImproving health through high performing teams and innovative community and primary healthcare

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Vince Barry, Chief Executive Officer, Pegasus Health, New Zealand
  • You'll discover how Pegasus Health has transformed its local primary and community services and developed a partnership with the hospital system.
  • See how design and implementation placed a strong focus on meaningful community engagement, alongside a commitment to providing services that support and promote clinical excellence in primary care.

 

Keynote speaker

11.45am-1.00pm

Masterclass A: Engaging with primary care

See what meaningful involvement of GPs as providers looks like and how STPs can support general practice to move towards new models of care.

11.45amMasterclass A

Facilitated by: Dr Nicola Walsh, Assistant Director of Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund
  • Research indicates that STPs generally are not engaging with GPs and, where they are, they are taking a stakeholder approach rather than a collaborative one.
  • This session explores what meaningful involvement of GPs as providers looks like and how STPs can support general practice to move towards new models of care (such as PACS and MCPs) and working at scale, (such as networks, federations, super-partnerships or multi-site organisations).

Speakers include:

  • Vince Barry, Chief Executive Officer, Pegasus Health, New Zealand
  • Paul Maubach, Chief Executive Officer, NHS Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group
  • David Loughton CBE, Chief Executive, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust.

Masterclass B: Leading system change

Share ideas and learning on the leadership and governance of these new systems, including how to marry the very different forms of accountabilities in local government and the NHS.

11.45amMasterclass B

Facilitated by: Michelle Mitchell OBE, Chief Executive, MS Society and Non-Executive Director, NHS England
  • Senior leaders will share their experiences of developing a more collaborative leadership style, effectively engaging all sectors and delivering the necessary cultural change to support implementation of these new care models.

Speakers include:

  • David Meates, Chief Executive Officer, Canterbury District Health Board, New Zealand
  • Debbie Ward, Chief Executive of Dorset County Council
  • Sir Andrew Cash OBE, Chief Executive, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr Al Mulley, Managing Director for Global Health Care Delivery Science, The Dartmouth Institute (United States)

    Al will share learning from Dartmouth’s experience working with six of the Multispecialty community providers (MCPs) and Primary and acute care systems (PACS) in England.
     

Masterclass C: Investing in community services

See how local areas can draw on the range of skills and resources available outside hospitals (for example community nurses and allied health professionals) and put in place new roles and processes to co-ordinate care across the system.

11.45amMasterclass C

Facilitated by: Beccy Baird, Fellow in Health Policy, The King's Fund
  • The Primary care home model is designed around a complete care team – drawn from GP surgeries, community, mental health and acute trusts, social care and the voluntary sector – which provides enhanced personalised and preventative care for their local community. In this session, the team will share learning from the the rapid test sites over the past two years and how the programme has expanded to more than 180 sites across England.
  • You'll also hear from Southcentral Foundation’s ‘Nuka System of Care', which can be described as a working example of an MCP. Discover how staff work in effective multidisciplinary teams to provide integrated primary and community services to a minority population with high levels of need. The session provides transferable learning on breaking down barriers between primary care, community services and mental health services, and between these services and hospital specialists.

Speakers include:

  • Dr Nav Chana, GP and Chairman, National Association of Primary Care (NAPC)
  • Dr Steven Laitner, General Practitioner
  • Dominic Frankis, Programme Manager, Primary Care Home Programme, National Association of Primary Care (NAPC)
  • Michelle Tierney, Vice President of Organisational Development & Innovation, Southcentral Foundation, Alaska, USA
  • Karen Caindec, Secretary and Treasurer, Southcentral Foundation, Alaska, USA
  • Dr Steve Tierney, Medical Director, Southcentral Foundation, Alaska, USA
  • Leanndra Ross, Senior Director of Organisational Development, Southcentral Foundation, Alaska, USA
  • Dr Duncan Gooch, GP, Chair and Clinical Lead, Well Being Erewash 
    Duncan will provide an insight into how the ‘GP-lite’ primary care model focuses on patient-led goals, home-based care, multidisciplinary teamwork with community organisations, and anticipatory interventions – all aimed at keeping people in their homes and functioning at their best possible level. 

2.00pm-3.15pm

Masterclass sessions repeated

Sessions A, B and C will be repeated here to allow delegates to attend more than one masterclass.

3.45-5.00pm

Closing plenary

Discover the next steps from NHS England, put your questions to our expert panellists and learn about involving patients and the public from The Dartmouth Institute.

3.45pmWelcome back

Chris Hopson, Chief Executive, NHS Providers

3.55pmChallenges and opportunities

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Michael Macdonnell, Director of System Transformation, NHS England
Keynote speaker

4.00pmNew care models that capture the critical intelligence needed for sustainability

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Dr Al Mulley, Managing Director for Global Health Care Delivery Science, The Dartmouth Institute
  • Involving patients and the public in developing STPs and accountable care
  • Exploring the NHS' opportunity to lead in accountable care
  • Overcoming conceptual and operational challenges to execution of strategic intent - measuring what matters most to people and patients to ensure delivering what is valued
  • Measures and management tools for mutual accountability across health and care systems.

Al will share learning from Dartmouth’s experience working with six of the multispecialty community providers (MCPs) and primary and acute care systems (PACS) in England.


 

Keynote speaker

4.30pmHow are local leaders tackling the challenge of getting multiple organisations to work together to deliver transformational change?

  • Cllr Richard Kemp CBE, Deputy Chair, Community Wellbeing Board, Local Government Association (LGA) and Deputy Chairman, Community Wellbeing Board, Liverpool City Council
  • Michael Macdonnell, Director of System Transformation, NHS England
  • Wendy Saviour, Managing Director, Nottinghamshire Health and Care Transformation Partnership 
    Former Director of Commissioning Operations for the North Midlands, Wendy is now leading the Nottinghamshire ACS – one of eight areas chosen to develop the model. She is responsible for NHS England oversight and assurance while sitting within the ACS. 
Panel session

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