The Integrated Care Summit: Challenges and Best Practice
The Convenzis Integrated Care Summit provides a secure and high-value platform for NHS Managers and leaders to meet, share practical insights, and listen to some of the sector's most reputable and thought-provoking experts. In support of the NHS, registration is complimentary and CPD accredited.
NHS England explains that ICSs are partnerships of health and care organisations that come together to plan and deliver joined-up services, and to improve the health, of people who live and work in their area.
They exist to achieve four main aims:
Integrated care is about giving people the support they need, joining up across local councils, the NHS, and other partners. It removes traditional divisions between hospitals and family doctors, between physical and mental health, and between NHS and council services.
ICSs (integrated care systems) are seen by NHS leaders as the future of health and care integration in England. The NHS Long Term Plan, and now the Government’s white paper on health and care reform, both place ICSs at the heart of the NHS.
Our upcoming event will provide NHS healthcare leaders from across primary, social and secondary care sectors with a secure and high-value platform to discuss the key challenges and benefits of the integrated care strategy.
This event will showcase some examples of best practices from teams across the NHS and provide you with a platform to meet and engage with 5 commercial sectors thought leaders as they share innovative services and solutions with delegates across the day.
Benefits of Attendance; The Integrated Care Summit:
Research sources for The Integrated Care Summit: Challenges and best practice: Kings Fund, NHS England and Improvement.
Medical Director for Secondary Care and Transformation
Professor of Health Services Management
Director of Strategic Analytics, Economics and Population Health Management
Next steps for virtual wards (Confirmed)
Virtual wards allow patients to get the care they need at home safely and conveniently, rather than being in hospital.
Virtual wards are already in place in many parts of the country, and the NHS is expanding this, rolling out more virtual wards across England over the next two years.
As systems look to implement more virtual wards, Vin will talk about what’s next.
Case Study - Nuance
Population Health Management (Confirmed)
In this session, Wes Baker will present work carried out in Liverpool and Sefton on population health management (PHM) and complex lives segmentation. In addition, to the surge in predicted demand for Mental health for Covid-19 based on system dynamics modelling. He will discuss the work of C&M System P which is a whole system approach to addressing multiagency, multisector challenges that negatively impact population health and will deliver transformational change in service provision through collaborative working.
Case Study - Intelligenti
Professor Sir Chris Ham, Co-Chair of the NHS Assembly, Chair of the Coventry and Warwickshire Health and Care Partnership, and non-executive director of the Royal Free London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (invited)
Integrated Care: lessons from global experience (Confirmed)
Integrated care is the cornerstone of the new structure of the NHS. While this is self-evidently a positive development, global experience with developing integrated care suggests that it is not straightforward to accomplish. In this presentation I will review the evidence on success and failures in integrated care worldwide, and make some suggestions about how the NHS might best learn from them
Dr Sarah Jones, GMMH Trust Lead for Perinatal Mental Health Service and Clinical Lead at GMH&SCP Perinatal and Parent-Infant Mental Health (invited)
Connie Jennings, Head of Health and Wellbeing, whg (invited)
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