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2nd NHS Productivity Congress: Funding and Efficiency

8:30am
May 1, 2019
Etc.Venues, London Prospero House, 241 Borough High St
London,SE1 1GA
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In May 2019, the Convenzis Group will be bringing you a highly informative 1-day congress that will discuss the current plans being implemented across the NHS to help adhere to growing staff pressure and further funding cuts across the healthcare service.

The evidence from multiple sources suggests three truths:

  • Overall, the NHS is one of the world’s most efficient health care systems. Substantially more cost effective than other advanced European countries such as France, Germany, Sweden or Switzerland, for example, Germany spend 30 per cent more per person on health care than the UK. Also, since 2010 the NHS has been increasing its productivity faster than the rest of the UK economy.
  • As the Office for Budgetary Responsibility has projected in their latest Fiscal Sustainability Report. Notwithstanding any action to address future cost pressures, health spending is likely to rise significantly as a proportion of GDP over the coming decades. As a result of demographic pressures but also growing technology costs and increasing demand.
  • However, despite those two truths. Also, the is still substantial opportunities to cut waste and increase efficiency in the NHS, just as there are in every other country’s health care system. In a tax-funded health service, every pound of waste saved is a pound that can be reinvested in new treatments and better care for the people of England. With 2017/18 funding fixed, substantial efficiencies are needed to create funding headroom over and above that.

Most annual efficiency gains will continue to be delivered locally taking account of the specific opportunities in different areas and organisations. For example improving staff retention, reducing sickness absence and implementing staff rostering systems.

Join us in May to get involved and have your say on the changes needed to ensure we are all working towards a fully sustainable healthcare service.

*Research sources: NHS England

Speakers

Michael Wood

NHS Local Growth Advisor and Senior European Policy Manager

NHS Confederation

Julia Holding

Head of Patient Experience, Nursing Directorate

NHS Improvement

Helen Thomas

Deputy ESR Programme Director

NHS Wales

Harvey Neve

Head of Digital Products and Transformation

Public Health England (PHE)

David Harris. CMgr FCMI, FCILT

Head of Service – Logistics and Supply Chain

Lancashire Procurement Cluster

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The Agenda

    8:00

    Registration, Networking and Breakfast

    9:25

    Chair

    9:30

    Katie Wallace (Invited)

    Assistant Head of Finance (Corporate) at NHS England

    “Financial Project Management”

    9:50

    James Hawkins (Invited)

    Director of Programmes at NHS Digital

    “Business & Operational Delivery”

    10:10

    Julia Holding (Confirmed)

    Head of Patient Experience, Nursing Directorate at NHS Improvement

    “Focusing on patient experience through transformational change”

    10:30

    Main Sponsor

    10:50

    Q+A

    11:00

    Morning Break, Networking and Refreshments

    12:00

    Chair

    12:05

    Case Study

    12:25

    Helen Thomas (Confirmed)

    Deputy ESR Programme Director at NHS Wales

    “Digital Workforce Solutions “

    12:45

    Case Study

    BPMpathway (Confirmed)

    1:05

    Case Study

    1:25

    Q+A

    1:30

    Dinner, Networking and Lunch

    2:20

    Chair

    2:25

    Case Study

    2:45

    Harvey Neve (Confirmed)

    Head of Digital Products and Transformation at Public Health England (PHE)

    “Leading in an agile world”

    Everything seems to be agile these days; when productivity challenges are mentioned becoming more agile is usually high up the list of what needs to be done. As a result, Harvey will share his thoughts and experience on how leadership needs to change to drive productivity in an agile world

    3:05

    Julie Taylor (Invited)

    Head of IUC NHS Pathways & Clinical Practice at Care UK

    “NHS Pathways”

    3:20

    David Harris.  CMgr FCMI, FCILT (Confirmed)

    Head of Service – Logistics and Supply Chain at Lancashire Procurement Cluster

    “Utilising modern materials management systems to drive tangible benefits within the NHS environment”

    3:35

    David Richardson (Invited)

    Head of Education and Training – Royal Orthopaedic Hospital

    “Learning and Development”

    3:50

    Michael Wood (Confirmed)

    NHS Local Growth Advisor and Senior European Policy Manager at NHS Confederation

    “Why the Industrial Strategy matters to the NHS”

    The Industrial Strategy was published in November 2017. Setting out the government’s long-term plan to create an economy that boosts productivity and earning power throughout the UK. In particular, a renewed focus on areas such as skills, research and innovation, infrastructure and transport, many of the priorities matter to the NHS.

    As a result, this session will explore what NHS organisations need to know about the Industrial Strategy. Also how they can engage in and benefit from new local partnerships.

    4:05

    Close of Day

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  • Chairs
  • Chief Executives
  • Chief Nurses/Directors of Nursing
  • Clinical Commissioning Group Members
  • Clinical Directors/Leaders
  • Commercial Directors/Managers
  • Contracts Directors/Managers
  • Director/Heads of Workforce and HR
  • Director/Heads of Operations
  • Directors /Heads of Finance
  • Directors/Heads of Commissioning/Procurement
  • Directors/Heads of Efficiency and Productivity
  • Directors/Heads of Organisational Development
  • Directors/Heads of Patient Engagement
  • Directors/Heads of Policy
  • Directors/Heads of Service Transformation
  • Directors/Heads of Staff Engagement/Training/HR
  • Directors/Heads of Strategy and Transformation
  • Estates and Facilities Directors/Managers
  • Finance Directors
  • Head of Commissioning Support Units
  • Improvement Programme Managers/Directors
  • NHS Trust Directors and Senior Managers
  • Operations/Performance Directors
  • Pharmacy Directors and Heads of Medicines Management
  • Service Improvement Directors

Details

Date:
1st May 2019
Time:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Cost:
£152.99 – £305.99
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Venue

Etc.Venues, London Prospero House
241 Borough High St
London,SE1 1GA
Phone:
020 7105 6010
Website:
https://www.etcvenues.co.uk/venues/prospero-house?utm_source=local&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=gmb-prospero

Daniel Snape

Director

daniel.snape@convenzis.co.uk

0161 820 0631

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