Maximising the value of the NHS estate and back-office systems: making the best use of available resources

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About this event

Recent reports by Sir Robert Naylor and Lord Carter have set out steps that NHS trusts should start to take on rationalising and managing their estates and administration functions to deliver efficiencies and support the transformation of services set out in the NHS five year forward view.

This event will look at how NHS acute, mental and community trusts can develop and implement estates and corporate/administration strategies to meet these requirements.

Speakers from national bodies

Hear speakers from NHS Improvement talk about the support that is available to help you develop and implement your estates, facilities, property, and administrative functions strategies.

Lessons from around the country

Learn what to do and what not to do from NHS trusts and organisations that have already started to deliver their plans to manage their estate and corporate functions more efficiently.

Guidance on what you should be focusing on

Discover what the priorities should be for your estates and corporate functions as sustainability and transformation partnerships and accountable care systems start to take shape.

Speakers include

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Sir Robert Naylor

Chair of the review into NHS property and estates, NHS property and estates: why the estate matters for patients

Simon Corben

Director and Head of Profession NHS Estates and Facilities, NHS Improvement

Dr Sue O'Connell

Executive Director and Chief Executive, Community Health Partnerships

Paul West

Director of Procurement and Corporate Services, NHS Improvement

Programme

9.00am

Registration opens, exhibition and networking

10.00-11.15am

Session one: Supporting improvements and efficiencies

In this session speakers from NHS Improvement talk about the support that is available to help you develop and implement your estates and administrative functions strategies.

10.00amWelcome and introduction

Siva Anandaciva, Chief Analyst, The King's Fund

10.05amNHS property and estates: why the estate matters for patients

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Sir Robert Naylor, Chair, Naylor Review on NHS property and estates and how to make best use of the buildings and land
Keynote speaker

10.25amSupporting NHS trusts to develop strategic estates and facilities plans

Simon Corben, Director and Head of Profession NHS Estates and Facilities, NHS Improvement

10.40amSupporting NHS trusts to deliver value for money

Paul West, Director of Procurement and Corporate Services, NHS Improvement

11.45am-1.00pm

Stream A: Estates

In this session two NHS trusts will talk from experience about the barriers and enablers that need addressing to unblock the full potential from estates assets.

11.45amWelcome

Simon Taylor, NHS Strategic Estates Planning and Implementation NHS Property Services

11.50amLessons from developing a health care campus in partnership with Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Peter Ward, Non-executive Director, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Director of Healthcare Projects, John Laing

Stream B: Improving the back-office functions

In this session Marcus Mossberger will look at how the NHS could achieve significant financial and operational benefits by better using data collected in back office systems.

11.45amImproving the back-office functions

Marcus Mossberger, Sr Director, Healthcare HCM Strategy, Infor

In this session you'll hear about case studies from hospitals in the United States that show how better use of analytic technology can:

  • free up investment for frontline patient care
  • reduce staff turnover
  • lead to happier, more motivated staff
  • improve patient care
  • deliver substantial cost savings.

This session is sponsored by Infor.

2.00-3.15pm

Stream C: Developing local integrated estates strategies

This session will share lessons and projects to support the development of estates strategies that could be applied across sustainability and transformation partnerships or accountable care systems.

2.00pmWelcome

John Bacon, Chair, Community Health Partnerships

2.05pmOne Public Estate programme

Craig Egglestone, Programme Manager, One Public Estate, Local Government Association
  • One Public Estate is national programme jointly run by the Cabinet Office Government Property Unit and the Local Government Association.
  • Working with 50 per cent of councils in England it is supporting collaborative property-led projects in local areas that are transforming local services.

You'll learn about what's happening in Croydon, where local partners, including the NHS, have been working together to:

  • share buildings
  • transform services
  • reduce running costs
  • release surplus and under-used land for development.

2.20pmStrategic estates planning: taking the view across the local estate

Speaker to be confirmed

2.35pmProject Phoenix

Graham Spence, Commercial Director, Community Health Partnerships
  • Led by Community Health Partnerships, Project Phoenix aims to provide a new public-private-partnership estates model to deliver service transformation at speed.
  • You'll learn about the project and how it could provide a financially sustainable solution for local health care economies.

Stream D: Collaboration in procurement

This session will share what's happening around the country to rationalise corporate and administrative functions and make the NHS more efficient.

2.00pmWelcome

Speaker to be confirmed

2.05pmA practical insight into generating back office efficiencies

David Morris, Managing Director, NHS Shared Business Services
  • Hear how streamlining back office functions around procurement and a shared service model can improve processes and generate efficiencies.
  • Learn about a new retail-standard 'Amazon-style' market place that aims to allow NHS trusts to use one platform to choose and buy products.

2.30pmPathfinders for regional back office mergers

Speaker to be confirmed

3.35-4.30pm

Session four: Priorities for estates and back-office strategies

In this panel session we'll look at what those leading estates and back-office strategies should be focusing on as we move into sustainability and transformation partnerships.

3.35pmWelcome back

Siva Anandaciva, Chief Analyst, The King's Fund

3.40pmPanel discussion: moving forward to balance the budget

In this panel session we'll look at what those leading estates and back-office strategies should be focusing on as we move into sustainability and transformation partnerships.

Panellists include:

  • Richard Renaut, Chief Operating Officer, Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Jon Keyes, International Partner, Cushman Wakefield
  • Further panellists to be confirmed.

4.25pmClosing comments

4.30pmClose of conference

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