Mainstreaming PACS and MCPs: sharing the learning

Date: 
Time: 
9.00am–4.30pm
Venue: 
The King's Fund, London W1G 0AN
Event type: 
Conference

About

About this event

The event will provide:

  • the evidence and evaluation coming out of the new care models programme of what works and what can be replicated in other areas
  • examples of specific services that are being transformed as part of new care models and the outcomes and impact for patients
  • lessons for non-vanguard areas looking to develop PACS or MCP models as part of their sustainability and transformation plan implementation.

Background

The new care models programme launched by the Five Year Forward View has seen a lot of innovation across vanguard sites in England. The development of the primary and acute care systems (PACS) and multispecialty community provider (MCP) models has been of particular interest as localities work out different versions of integrated accountable care organisations with a focus on population health management.

Two years in, as the emphasis moves into delivery, this event will look at the lessons from the vanguards for mainstreaming MCPs and PACS and encouraging wider adoption and uptake across localities.

    Integrated care event series

    In 2017, to help those involved with the strategy, planning and implementation of new care models and better integrated care, we’re running a series of events that will look at how to overcome the barriers you’re facing, share evidence on what’s already working in the system and provide opportunities for peer to peer learning.

    This event is included in the series. When you register for this event you’ll automatically be sent a discount code that you or a colleague can use when booking on other events in the series.

    Programme

    9.00am: Registration opens

    Session one: Updates on the new care models programme

    10.00am: Welcome and introduction

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

    10.10am: New care models programme: moving into delivery

    Samantha Jones, Director, New Care Models Programme, NHS England

    Louise Watson, National MCP Programme Lead, NHS England

    10.30am: Evidence emerging from evaluation of the new care models

    • The evidence from the new care models so far about what works.
    • Evidence-based best practice for implementing PACS and MCPs and replicating them in other localities.

    Charles Tallack, Head of NHS Operational Research and Evaluation, NHS England

    Michael Lawrie, Senior Analytical Lead, NHS England

    10.50am: Questions and discussion

    11.10am: Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

    Session two: Creating sustainable models for transformation

    11.40am: Welcome back

    11.45am: Moving towards population health systems to close the health and wellbeing gap

    • Hear about the role provider organisations are taking in making integrated population health models a success.

    Chris Hopson, Chief Executive, NHS Providers

    12.05pm: The Primary Care Home model

    • The primary care home model is a form of multispecialty community provider model, providing care to a defined registered population of between 30,000 and 50,000.
    • In this session you'll learn about the characterstics and benefits of the model, and how to go about implementing it.

    Dr Nav Chana, Chairman, National Association of Primary Care

    12.25pm: Questions and discussion

    12.45pm: Buffet lunch and networking

    Session three: Sharing the learning from the vanguard sites

    1.45-3.00pm

    In this session you'll hear from a number of PACS and MCP vanguard sites who will share:

    • the approach they have taken and how they are peforming against their expectations
    • the key changes that they have made so far and the impact these changes are having on patient outcomes and experience
    • which parts of their model they believe can be replicated successfully elsewhere.

    Sites confirmed to speak include:

    • Stockport Together MCP
    • Principia Partners in Health (Southern Nottinghamshire) MCP
    • Fylde Coast Local Health Economy MCP

    Further MCP and PACS sites will be confirmed soon.

    3.00pm: Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

    Session four: Lessons from Finland on creating an integrated care system

    3.20pm: Welcome back

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

    3.25pm: Creating an integrated health and social care system in Finland

    • Established in 2009, the South Karelia District of Health and Social Services (Eksote) in Finland is leading the way in attempts across Europe to integrate care.
    • They've achieved many of the aims of the new care models programme and Martti will provide valuable insight for health and social care leaders working on integrated care projects.

    Martti Kekomarti, South Karelia, Finland

    3.55pm: Closing comments

    4.00pm: Close of conference

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    Group discounts

    The following discounts are available for group bookings, when all members are attending from the same organisation. Please note all places must be booked at the same time to receive the discount, and you must email us for your promotional code, as the discount will not be automatically applied to your booking.

    10% off for 3-4 people
    15% off for 5-6 people
    20% off for 7 or more people

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