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NHS Productivity Congress: Taking on the Productivity Challenge

8:30am
October 2, 2018
Etc.Venues, Piccadilly Gardens, 11 Portland St
Manchester, M1 3HU United Kingdom
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In 2018 we will be working with Health Education England and NHS England to bring you a 1 day conference that will take a look into the current challenges the NHS are facing while trying to drive productivity throughout the UK, In recent years restricted budgets and false promises have created an air of distrust in the NHS, at this event we will discuss how the NHS plan to alleviate some of the pressure they face by adopting new models of care and technology to create a more sustainable and productive healthcare system.

As the NHS grapples with the longest funding squeeze in its history, the quest for greater productivity becomes ever more pressing.

In a study from the Health Foundation pinpoint poor workforce planning as the chief cause of falling consultant productivity. To illustrate, they highlight that the number of NHS consultants has risen by 22% over the past six years, whereas the number of nurses rose by just 1%. The NHS must improve its workforce planning if it wants to get the most out of its consultant workforce and to avoid further cuts to staff nurse training numbers, a damaging short term measure that has harmed productivity.

The Health Foundation also notes the wide variation among hospitals in productivity of consultants, echoing Patrick Carter’s 2015 review of productivity in NHS hospitals. Will Stahl-Timmins’s infographic highlights the characteristics associated with higher consultant productivity, including more nurses and support staff working with consultants, fewer delays in transfers of care, and competitive pay rates.

The NHS Productivity Congress looks to discuss all options in improving the NHS. To be focused on the UK’s health, major changes will be needed to increase funding in suffering areas

Delegates will benefit from 8 CPD points while getting the chance to listen, learn and engage with some of the most reputable healthcare professionals in the UK.

Speakers

Dr. Neil Churchill

Director for Participation and Experience

NHS England

Harvey Neve

Head of Digital Products and Transformation

Public Health England

Michael Wood

NHS Local Growth Advisor and Senior European Policy Manager

NHS Confederation

Sheila Glenn

Divisional Operations Director

Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital

Ben Bridgewater

Chief Executive Officer

Health Innovation Manchester

Richard Griffin MBE

Project Director Support Worker Education and Development

Health Education England

Bob Hallewell

Managing Director

Expert Messaging

Clare Lyons-Collins MBA

Project Director, MH Innovation and Improvement

NHS Improvement

Peter Reilly

Director HR Research and Consultancy

Institute for Employment Studies

Sponsors

The Agenda

8:30

Registration

9:15

Chair Ben Bridgewater (Confirmed)

Chief Executive Officer at Health Innovation Manchester

9:20

Richard Griffin MBE (Confirmed)

Project Director Support Worker Education and Development at Health Education England

“Healthcare Education and Development”

9:40

Katie Wallace (Invited)

Assistant Head of Finance (Corporate) at NHS England

“CCG Assurance”

 

10:00

Clare Lyons-Collins MBA (Confirmed)

Project Director, MH Innovation and Improvement at NHS Improvement

“Improvement Models”

10:20

Main Sponsor

10:40

Q+A

10:50

Morning Break

11:30

Chair Ben Bridgewater (Confirmed)

Chief Executive Officer at Health Innovation Manchester

11:35

Case Study

11:55

Case Study

Bob Hallewell (Confirmed)

Managing Director at Expert Messaging

Email is wonderful when it is used properly, but Inefficient use is having major impacts on your operations, your people and their productivity: typically 26% of a person’s time is wasted on poor email practices leading to increased stress levels and low performance.

There is one magic standard which when adopted will do the most to remedy these problems.

Bob Hallewell from Expert Messaging will explain what that standard is and present a case study from the health sector that gave people back 45 minutes per day, cut email nonsense by 31% and got people talking to each other again.

12:15

Harvey Neve (Confirmed)

Head of Digital Products and Transformation at Public Health England

“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. Harvey will share his thoughts and experience on how leadership needs to change to drive productivity in an agile world

 

12:35

Case Study

12:55

Q+A

1:00

Dinner

2:00

Chair Ben Bridgewater (Confirmed)

Chief Executive Officer at Health Innovation Manchester

2:05

Dr. Neil Churchill (Confirmed)

Director for Participation and Experience at NHS England

“Patient Experience”

2:25

Case Study

2:45

Dr Raj Kumar (Invited)

General Practitioner & Medical Director, NHS Clinical Leaders Network and NHS Digital

“NHS Modernisation”

3:05

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. With a renewed focus on areas such as skills, research and innovation, infrastructure and transport, many of the priorities matter to the NHS. This session will explore what NHS organisations need to know about the Industrial Strategy and how they can engage in and benefit from new local partnerships.

3:25

Sheila Glenn (Confirmed)

Divisional Operations Director. Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital

“Transformational Change”

3:45

Peter Reilly (Confirmed)

Director HR Research and Consultancy at Institute for Employment Studies

“Efficiency or effectiveness: what should be the focus of NHS ‘back office’ functions?”

The argument would be that cost efficiency can only go so far back office functions also have to argue for the value they deliver.

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:
October 2
Time:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Cost:
£152.99 – £305.99
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Venue

Etc.Venues
Piccadilly Gardens, 11 Portland St
Manchester, M1 3HU United Kingdom

Daniel Snape

Director

daniel.snape@convenzis.co.uk

0161 820 0631

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