Delivering integrated care: learning from experience

21 March - 21 March The King's Fund

Programme

  • 21 March

Registration opens, exhibition and refreshments

08:30 AM 10:00 AM

Breakfast session: Trafford coordination centre: accelerating the delivery of an integrated, patient-centric and proactive care model

09:00 AM 09:45 AM

DL Dr David Lee

Opening plenary: Integrated care in practice

10:00 AM 11:30 AM

DF Dr Claire Fuller

HH Helen Hassell

Nicola Walsh

Dr Carolyn Wilkins OBE

Refreshment break, networking and scavenger hunt

11:30 AM 12:00 PM

Breakout A: Wolverhampton

12:00 PM 01:00 PM

Sultan Mahmud

DS Dr Mona Sidhu

Deborah Ward

Breakout B: North Cumbria

12:00 PM 01:00 PM

RD Ramona Duguid

PH Professor John Howarth

RJ Robert Johnstone

Breakout C: Erewash

12:00 PM 01:00 PM

DG Dr Duncan Gooch

Jo Hallam

Stella Scott

Lunch, networking and scavenger hunt

01:00 PM 02:00 PM

Breakout D: Connecting Care Wakefield

02:00 PM 03:00 PM

DE Dr Phillip Earnshaw

RJ Robert Johnstone

Martin Smith

Breakout E: West Suffolk

02:00 PM 03:00 PM

DG Dawn Godbold

Jo Maybin

Breakout F: Dorset

02:00 PM 03:00 PM

Kieran Cornwell

DD Dr Andy Dean

RD Riaz Dharamshi

Refreshment break, networking and scavenger hunt

03:00 PM 03:20 PM

Session four

03:20 PM 04:30 PM

Professor Kate Ardern

Alex Baylis

Simon Bottery

Close of conference

04:30 PM 04:30 PM

Sponsors

Exhibitors

Speakers

Attendees

Professor Kate Ardern

Director of Public Health
Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council
Kate attended Manchester High School and read Medicine at Manchester University. She was awarded the RCGP Professor Patrick Byrne Prize for General Practice. Kate has an MSc in Epidemiology and Health and Membership of the Faculty of Public Health. She was awarded Fellowship of the Faculty of Public Health in 2006. Kate has an honorary professorship at Salford University where she is co-researcher on the NIHR funded evaluation of GM’s innovative Communities in Charge of Alcohol Programme. Kate is Lead Director of Public Health for the GMCA for Health Protection and Emergency Planning & Response, in addition to her substantive post as Director of Public Health for Wigan, where she is also Chief Emergency Planning Officer and the Council’s chief commissioner for leisure services. She is currently lead DPH for the GMHSCP for alcohol and health protection transformation, including the development of a multi-agency microbial resistance programme for the conurbation and has led the GM health protection sector-led improvement work on which she was asked to attend and give evidence to the House of Commons Health Select Committee as part of their inquiry into public health functions in England post-2013. Kate co-chairs the GM Local Resilience Partnership and is a member of both the GM Resilience Forum and the GM High Rise Task Force set up by Mayor Burnham in response to the Grenfell fire. Kate was one of the external experts consulted on the Scottish Government’s national public health review, and in 2018 she was the first DPH in the country to make it onto the HSJ 100 list.

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Alex Baylis

Acting Director, Policy
The King's Fund
Alex joined The King’s Fund in March 2016, and is currently acting director in the policy team, overseeing and leading policy projects on a range of health care, care quality and NHS system topics.

Before joining the Fund he worked at the Care Quality Commission (CQC), where he led development of the framework and approach for inspecting and rating hospitals, and at the Healthcare Commission, where he introduced risk-based regulation in the independent sector. Alex also led CQC’s work with the Department of Health on the policy and legal framework for quality regulation, and with the Department and other national bodies to agree roles and responsibilities for responding to serious concerns.

Before working in quality regulation, Alex worked in management in two NHS trusts. He has also worked at the Department of Health and at the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen.



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Karen Bell

Service Manager, Adult Social Care
Cumbria County Council

Simon Bottery

Senior Fellow
The King's Fund
Before joining The King’s Fund in September 2017, Simon spent almost 10 years as Director of Policy at the older people’s charity Independent Age, researching and campaigning on issues including care home quality, unmet needs for care, social care funding and the social care workforce. He was vice-chair of the Care and Support Alliance in 2017.
Simon has wide experience in policy, communications and journalism, including as Director of Communications at Citizens Advice. He has also worked for ActionAid, in the commercial sector for Guinness and in BBC local radio.

21 March

Vanessa Connor

Integrated Care Community Development Manager
Cumbria Partnership NHS FT
Vanessa has been working in a system leadership role across North Cumbria for the last three years designing and developing the Integrated Care Community Model from concept to reality. She has over twenty years experience within the voluntary, private and public sectors across Children’s and Adults Health, Care and Education services. Vanessa has performed in a wide variety of roles including Commissioning Manager, Project Management, Community Development, Business Development, Grant Management and Change Management and have led large scale change countywide. Her experience gives the unique in depth knowledge of the local NHS, Council and third sector organisations which has been extremely beneficial in current role helping to identify potential barriers and opportunities and supporting with building relationships across the system. She passionately believes in the ethos of integrated community based services, locality working and a grass roots approach to service development. Although we need to embrace national and regional initiatives and services, we have to work together at a local level in order to deliver a service that meets the needs of our communities.

Kieran Cornwell

Acting Head of Events and Partnerships
The King's Fund
Kieran leads the Fund’s partnering work with companies through the Corporate Partnerships and Supporters membership schemes and the digital health SME programme. His role focuses on developing mutually beneficial relationships with both existing and prospective partner companies.
Before joining the Fund in 2016, Kieran spent four years working at the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and Shelter. He developed and managed six and seven-figure partnerships with a range of companies across the health care, financial, advertising and fast-moving consumer goods sectors. His areas of interest include integrated care and digital health.

21 March

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Dr Andy Dean

Extensivist GP
Weymouth and Portland

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Riaz Dharamshi

Consultant Geriatrician
Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust
Riaz Dharamshi is a community geriatrician in West Dorset and Deputy Medical Director for Community Services at Dorset Healthcare.

Over the last 5 years, he has been involved with developing integrated community services, and in particular has led the Integrated Hubs in Bridport and Weymouth, which have resulted, without financial investment, in significant improvements in unplanned admissions and length of stay for elderly patients.

The model of care developed in West Dorset and Weymouth is now the template for community services across Dorset, and in his role as Deputy Medical Director, Riaz is supporting the development of services across 8 further localities.

Riaz has a particular interest in service development and quality improvement; his current focus is on work-force development, to ensure the needs of frail patients can be met expertly through the development of staff capabilities within existing teams, and through the transformation of existing roles to better meet the needs of an ageing population. As a trainee he was a Darzi Fellow in Clinical Leadership, and he has completed a Masters in Healthcare Leadership with the NHS Leadership Academy.

21 March

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Ramona Duguid

Programme Director, Integrated Care System
North Cumbria

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Dr Phillip Earnshaw

Chair
NHS Wakefield CCG
A graduate of Bart’s in London Dr Earnshaw has been a GP in Yorkshire for over 30 years. He is Senior Partner of Health Care First which is a high performing group of practices covering 32,000 patients.

He is currently Chair of the highly innovative NHS Wakefield CCG which was the only CCG to run 2 Vanguards and in total be involved in 4. This has helped us speed up our journey towards integration of health and social care.

Additionally, he is a non-executive on the board of a local social housing provider, vice chair of Wakefield Health and Wellbeing Board and chair of a local community charity.


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Caroline Evans

Associate Director of Operations Community Care Group
North Cumbria
DF

Dr Claire Fuller

GP, and Senior Responsible Officer
Surrey Heartlands ICS

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Dawn Godbold

Director of Integration
Suffolk Community Services

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Dr Duncan Gooch

GP and Chair
NHS Erewash CCG

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Jo Hallam

Development Worker
Erewash Voluntary Action
Jo is coordinating the Community and Social Connectors project. Community Connectors is a community resilience initiative of Wellbeing Erewash.

Her role is to recruit Community Connectors from the local area who help people to strengthen their involvement in the community. Community Connectors support others in the community and link them to information and resources. Connectors are often actively involved in community groups, forums or activities, and all have an abundance of local knowledge. We have recently developed the initiative to work with Erewash Primary Care Networks, introducing Social Connectors into the GP surgery setting. Health professionals such as GPs, Receptionists, Care Coordinators and Health Care Assistants identify patient who could benefit from accessing interventions within the community and voluntary sector, and directed them to monthly Social Connectors Information Drop In sessions. Social Connectors meet patients with non-medical issues, such as loneliness and social isolation to identify social activity in the locality.

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Helen Hassell

Parent/carer to her son, Karl, who has complex needs and Member
My Life Choices strategic co production group in Nottinghamshire
Helen Hassell is mum to Karl aged 22 who has both physical and learning disabilities together with complex medical needs. She also has a 19 year old son, Liam, who has chronic fatigue syndrome and is in his second year at Loughborough University. She supports families with children with SEND within Nottinghamshire as a volunteer and also sits as a governor of a county special school. Helen is one of the founder members of My Life Choices strategic co production group in Nottingham City and County and has embedded herself alongside senior leaders in order to influence change.

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Professor John Howarth

Joint Deputy Chief Executive, Executive Director of Integration
Partnerships and Population Health and Lead for ICS Development, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

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Robert Johnstone

Board Member
International Foundation for Integrated Care

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Dr David Lee

GP and Chief Medical Officer
DXC Technology

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Sultan Mahmud

Integration Director
The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS
Sultan Mahmud is passionate about general practice and NHS Trusts working together more collaboratively to manage patient care. He does this by using analytics and providing clinicians with real-time information that can support rapidly changing healthcare needs.
In his role as Director of Integration at The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust (RWT), Sultan has worked with GPs, hospital clinicians and IT colleagues to develop systems that enable collaboration in a mutually supportive and cohesive unit.
Over the last two years the Vertical Integration model’s success has increased positive patient satisfaction, increased access in primary care, reduced demand in hospital care and has gathered national attention as an innovative way forward to support general practice and promote integrated care.
Sultan joined RWT’s Board of Directors in 2014 to support the Trust in its horizontal integration programme with Cannock Chase Hospital. He secured much needed elective capacity to ensure waiting lists in Wolverhampton, South Staffordshire and surrounding areas were better managed.
In addition to his work at Wolverhampton, he supports NHS Trusts and GPs across England to do the same. In 2018 he was chosen as one of the 100 vibrant faces of the UK economy by Grant Thornton and in 2019 Sultan joined Advisory Board of the Centre for Health and Social Care Leadership at the HSMC, University of Birmingham.He also holds a guest lecturer post at the University of Wolverhampton.

21 March

Jo Maybin

Fellow, Policy
The King's Fund
Jo works in the policy team where she leads research and analysis projects on contemporary English health policy. She is particularly interested in staff, patient and carer experiences of care. Her recent projects include work on staff and patient experiences of community health services, ways of thinking about rationing in the health service, and changes to accountability arrangements in the NHS following the Lansley reforms.
Jo is also a coach and has worked with clinicians, managers and patient leaders in health care.
Before joining the Fund in 2006, she worked as a social affairs analyst for BBC News. She has degrees in social and political sciences from King’s College Cambridge, the LSE and the University of Edinburgh. Her first book, Producing health policy: knowledge and knowing in government policy work, was published in 2016 and draws on ethnographic research conducted inside England’s Department of Health.

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Claire Nicolson

Team Lead for Workington Community Rehabilitation Team
Cumbria Partnership NHS FT
DR

Dr James Richards

Consultant Geriatrician
Dorset County Hospital

Stella Scott

Chief Executive Officer
Erewash Voluntary Action
Stella has worked in the voluntary sector for over 20 years.
She has been part of the Wellbeing Erewash Vanguard work for the last three years.

Stella has lead on many Voluntary Sector initiatives as part of this work.
Erewash Voluntary Action have developed, forums including the Erewash Development Workers Network made up of workers from all sectors including public, statutory and voluntary sector partners, the Erewash Voluntary Sector Forum and the Erewash Children and Young people’s network. All the forums aim to share information with local groups and individuals to enable the sector to promote and show the value of the work it carries out.
She also leads on the Community Connectors/ Social Connectors project.

Stella is passionate about the benefits the voluntary sector brings to local place based work.

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Dr Mona Sidhu

GP
Lea Road Medical Practise, Wolverhampton

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Martin Smith

Head of Connecting Care
NHS Wakefield CCG
Martin is focused on improving outcomes for local people
by supporting health, care and voluntary community sector
providers to deliver person-centred coordinated care.

A former graduate of the NHS Management Leadership Scheme
with an MSc in Health Informatics, he has previously worked
in acute trusts, national and local commissioning organisations
with a focus on improvement and transformation.

Martin joined Wakefield CCG in 2015 to Programme Manage the integration of health, social and voluntary community sector developments known as Connecting Care. His portfolio also included both Enhanced Health in Care Homes Vanguards and the Multi-Speciality Community Provider Vanguard. Martin manages the Better Care Fund Pooled fund on behalf of Wakefield CCG and Wakefield District Metropolitan Council and leads on commissioning with the Voluntary and Community Sector.

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Nicola Walsh

Assistant Director, Leadership and Organisational Development
The King’s Fund
Nicola has worked in and with the NHS for more than 25 years first as a clinician, then as a researcher and more recently as an organisational development (OD) specialist. She has also worked in the strategy unit at the Department of Health and held various non-executive and trustee positions in health care organisations.
Nicola is passionate about supporting individuals and organisations to improve the delivery of health and care services. She combines her OD skills with her health policy expertise. Nicola has a particular interest in the development of integrated care systems/partnerships and is currently working with a number of different regions across England. She recently co-authored The King’s Fund publication, A year of integrated care systems: reviewing the journey so far.
Nicola holds a degree in public health, an MSc in health policy and management, and a doctorate in the nature of organisational change secured by general practice using local contracts. She also holds a range of post-graduate qualifications in dialogue, facilitation and action learning. Nicola is currently contributing to some new research on the future of commissioning and the leadership of integrated care systems.

21 March

Deborah Ward

Senior Analyst, Policy
The King's Fund
Deborah is a senior analyst in the policy team with a particular interest in how to communicate data effectively. Before joining the Fund in 2018, Deborah was the analysis and research manager at NHS Providers, leading their member survey programme and analysis of NHS performance data. Previously, Deborah worked for GovernWell, the national training programme for NHS foundation trust governors. Deborah has an MSc in forensic and biological anthropology from Bournemouth University.

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Dr Carolyn Wilkins OBE

Chief Executive, and Accountable Officer
Oldham Council and NHS Oldham CCG
Carolyn is currently the Chief Executive at Oldham Council and the Accountable Officer for Oldham CCG. She has taken forward a significant programme of growth and reform through the Co-operative agenda.

She undertakes the lead chief executive role for Greater Manchester on a range of issues including being the architect for Greater Manchester Leadership and Workforce Development Framework as well as being the lead chief executive for Population Health. In addition, she is the Chair of the Oldham Maggie’s Fundraising Board and is currently a panel member on an independent inquiry into Civil Society.

She has significant public sector experience including time as a Chief Executive at Rossendale Borough Council where she led an improvement programme which saw the authority re-categorised from ‘poor’ to ‘good’, and rated in the top three councils to work for in Times Best Companies.

Carolyn is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. She is a member of the MJ Editorial Board and was a member of the 2016 Guardian Public Leaders Board. Carolyn has held a wide range of other roles in her career including as a Non-Executive Director for Society of Local Authority Chief Executive (SOLACE), as governor at both Oldham and Accrington & Rossendale Colleges and as an Associate Fellow at Warwick Business School.

Carolyn has an MA in Literature with the Open University and a Masters in Public Administration from Warwick Business School.Her Doctorate in Business Administration focused on the relationship between trust and control in organisations during times of significant change.

Carolyn was awarded an OBE in June 2016 for her services to local government. In March 2017 she was selected for inclusion on the 2017 Northern Power Women Power List.

21 March

TA

Tom Allen

Business Development Director
Optum
JA

Jennifer Antwi

Strategy Programme Manager
UCLH
MA

Melissa Ashe

Policy Lead
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
MB

Michelle Bedser

Healthcare business manager
AbbVie
SB

Saina Behnejad

Programme Support & Comms
H&F ICP
AB

Aamena Bharmal

Clinical Fellow
Bupa
PB

Peter Blackburn

Senior Staff Writer
British Medical Association
JB

Julian Brookes

Deputy Chief Operating Officer
Publick Health England
KB

Karen Broughton

Director of Strategy and Transformation
SWL HCP NHS
DB

Dawn Brown

Director
Quaggy Development Trust
EB

Elaine Brown

Project Manager, NCAGL Acute Operations Office
Health Service Executive, Ireland
JC

Jill Canning

Deputy Chief Operating Officer
Northern Devon Healthcare Trust
JC

James Cavanagh

GP
HFP
MC

Marika Cencelli

AA National Health Subcomittee
Alcoholics-Anonymous Great Britain
SC

Simba Chandiwana

Senior Operations Manager
Anglian Community Enterprise
DC

Dr Carol Cole

Non-Executive Director
Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust
SC

Stephen Conroy

CEO
Bedford Hospital
HC

Helen Cooke

Head of Therapies
Northern Devon Healthcare Trust
CC

Corinne Cooper

Business Development Manager
Home Group
AC

Anne Corbett

Partner
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
MC

Mark Creelman

Managing Director
NHS NEL CSU
UC

Ulrika Crossfield

Director of Strategy and Consulting
Ideal Health Consultants
EC

Eithne Cummins

GP & Clinical Director IUC
Yorkshire Ambulance Service
JD

Jonathan Dance

Senior Analytical Manager
NHS England
JD

Jo Denning

Regional Operations Manager
St Anne's Community Services
MD

Mark Dewick

Head of Unplanned Care
BNSSG CCG - Transformation
CD

Claire Driver

County Councillor
Cumbria County Council
SE

Sarah Elkin

Clinical Director & Consultant
Imperial
RE

Ruth Ellenby

Head of Policy and Communications
British Thoracic Society
JF

Jamie Foster

Partner
Hill Dickinson LLP
DG

Debra Glastonbury

Deputy Divisional Manager - Integrated Care
UCLH
HG

Helen Glenister

Vice-Chair
Isabel Hospice
EG

Emma Goddard

Managing Director
BLMK ICS
SG

Sophie Gray

Senior Project Manager - Mind and Body Programme
Kings Health Partners
CH

Chloe Hardcastle

Head of Collaboration Development
NW London Collaboration of CCGs
DH

Dr Lise Hertel

Clinical Director Integrated Care
UCLH
HH

Helen Hooper

Operations Transformation Manager
Devon Partnership NHS Trust
PH

Peter Howitt

Director of System Re-Design
BLMK ICS
CH

Carole Hugall

Director of Clinical Integration
Warrington Together
SH

Sarah Hughes

Assistant Director of Strategy
Devon Partnership NHS Trust
TH

Toby Hyde

Programme Director
Imperial
CJ

Catherie Jackson

Locality Integrated System Manager
Central Bedfordshire Council
DJ

Dawn Jacovou

CEO
Quaggy Development Trust
RJ

Robert Johnstone

Chair
Access Matters
NJ

Nicholas Johnston

Project Manager
Northumberland Council
PJ

Paul Juan

Director - Adult, Housing & Communities
Southampton City Council
MK

Maria Kane

Chief Executive
NHS
HK

Helen Kay

Operations Director, CCA Group
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
FK

Fiona Kelly

Head of Adult Therapies
Homerton University Hospital
JK

John Kemp

Regional Public Affairs & Campaigns Officer
Alzheimer's Society
DK

Darren Keogh

Senior Pricing Analyst
NHS Improvement
DK

Dr Neil Kerfoot

GP
South Gloucestershire Locality Group
RK

Rob Kidney

Senior Policy and Delivery Manager
NHS Clinical Commissioners
HK

Hayley King

Programme Manager
Hertfordshire County Council
NK

Naomi Kingsley

CEO
London Rebuilding Society
DK

Dr Sonali Kinra

GP Partner/Clinical Lead
Greater Nottingham Clinical Commissioning Partnership
CK

Catherine Kirkham

Team Manager
Berkshire Healthcare NHS
DK

Dr Lucy Knight

Medical Director OPMH & CAMHS
Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
VK

Vidal Kumar

Evaluation Manager
The National Lottery Community Fund
JL

Joanna Lawrence

Deputy CEO
Quaggy Development Trust
CL

Chris Lazenby

Healthcare Partnerships Manager
AbbVie
CL

Claire Leborgne

Assistant Director of Integrated Care
NHS Norwich CCG
ML

Mark Leese

Head of Operations & Service Delivery IUC
Yorkshire Ambulance Service
JL

Jane Lewington

Chief Executive
NAViGO Health and Social Care CIC
AL

Anique Liiv

Policy & Research Officer
RCGP
ML

Michela Littlewood

Head of Nursing and Quality Assurance
Yorkshire Ambulance Service
SL

Shabbir Lorgat

Business Development Director
Optum
JL

John Lowes

CEO
Newlink Wales
LM

Laura Magahy

Ex. Director Sláintecare
Department of Health
SM

Susie Maguire

Deputy CEO
St Anne's Community Services
DM

Dan Male

Editor
Account Care Journal
KM

Khateja Malik

Pharmacist
Cppe
FM

Francesca Markland

Programme Manager
Alzheimer's Society
HM

Harrison Marsh

Regional Public Affairs & Campaigns Officer
Alzheimer's Society
MM

Monica Mason

Regional Public Affairs & Campaigns Officer
Alzheimer's Society
KM

Kelly Matthews

Deputy Director Transformation & Service Redesign
NHS Gloucestershire CCG
EM

Emma McLOrie

Research Student
Bangor University
WM

wendy micklewright

several
several
JM

Jan Minter

Head of Community Services
NELFT
JM

Jan Minter

Head of Community Services
NELFT
DM

Denise Moorhouse

Clinical Lead - Community Services
Dorothy House Hospice Care
DM

Daljit Morris

Deputy CEO
Newlink Wales
MM

Melissa Morris

CEO
Lantum
DN

Dr Richard Newland

CEO
CHS Healthcare
JN

Jessica Nyman

Programme Manager
H&F ICP
JO

Jay O'Connor

Postgraduate Researcher
UCL
LO

Leslieann Osborn Osborn

Director of Strategy and Planning
Darent Valley Hospita;
RP

Ravinder Pabial

Strategic Executive
Roche Diagnostics Ltd
MP

Meena Parekh

Chairperson
NHS
KP

Kate Petts

Deputy Director of Strategy
UCLH
MP

Michelle Powell

Deputy Director TSO and Operations
NH NEL CSU (oDJ)
LP

Louise Proctor

Managing Director
West London CCG
KQ

Katherine Quail

Locality Integrated System Manager
Central Bedfordshire Council
RR

Rita Rajababoo

Medical PA
NHS
AR

Annamarie Ratcliffe

Head of Service Development
End of Life Partnership
JR

Jenna Rhodes

Student
LSHTM
KR

Kathryn Robertshaw

Deputy Director
Sheffield Health & Social Care
SR

Stephanie Rose

Head of pharmacy and Integrated Care
East of England NHS Collaborative Hub
MR

Michael Rourke

Partner
Hempsons
SR

Sallie Rumbold

Head of Integration
Homerton University Hospital
AS

Alison Sanders

Research Analyst
Dr Foster
JS

Jacqui Scott

CEO
Bromley Healthcare
DS

Dr Paul Scullard

GP Partner/Clinical Lead
Greater Nottingham Clinical Commissioning Partnership
MS

Mike Sealy

Director UK Healthcare Solutions
Lantum
SS

Seema Singh

Programme Manager
Imperial
HS

Helen Southwell

Stroke Programme Manager( National)
Stroke Association
DS

Dr Rosemary Stevenson

Pricing Policy Manager
NHS Improvement
MT

Maureen Taylor

Deputy Director Intergrated Delivery
Northumbria Healthcare Foundation Trust
LT

Leigh Thompson

Chief Commissioner for Halton
NHS Halton CCG
KT

Karen Timperley

Strategic Commissioner
LB Camden
MT

Matthew Turmaine

Project Manager
Hertfordshire County Council
EV

Esther Venning

Legal Director
Hill Dickinson LLP
CW

Charlotte Walton

National PMO Lead
NHS Delivery Unit (NHS England)
CW

Caroline Waman

Referrals Co-ordinator
Dorset Healthcare NHS Trust
JW

Joe Warner

Chief Executive
focus independent adult social care
EW

Elaine Watson

Deputy Head of Countywide Services
Gloucestershire Care Services
LW

Lesley Watson

Project Manager
Hertfordshire County Council
RW

Robin Webb

Chief Executive
Isabel Hospice
HW

Helen Wilkinson

Clinical Integration Lead
Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
JW

Jill Wilkinson

Director of Health and Social Care
BLMK ICS
EW

Ethan Williams

Research Assistant
King's Fund
JW

Jonathan Williams

Better Care Support Manager
Better Care Fund
AW

Anna Wilson

GP
Hammersmith and Fulham Partnership
VW

Victoria Wright

Senior Programme Manager
West Leicestershire CCG

DXC Technology

As the world's leading independent, end-to-end IT services company, DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) leads digital transformations for clients by modernizing and integrating their mainstream IT, and by deploying digital solutions at scale to produce better business outcomes. The company’s technology independence, global talent, and extensive partner network enable 6,000 private and public-sector clients in 70 countries to thrive on change. DXC is a recognized leader in corporate responsibility.
The company was formed on April 1, 2017, by the merger of CSC and the Enterprise Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. DXC Technology has successfully guided the world’s largest enterprises and government agencies through successful change cycles. With some 130,000 employees worldwide, the company’s deep experience gives it a clear and confident vision to help clients navigate the future.
DXC Technology is a Fortune 500 company and represented in the S&P 500 Index. The company works to create greater value for clients, partners and shareholders, and to present growth opportunities for its people. DXC Technology is ranked among the world’s best corporate citizens.
DXC Technology’s extensive partner network helps us drive collaboration and leverage technology independence. The company has established more than 250 industry-leading global Partner Network relationships, including 16 strategic partners: Amazon Web Services, AT&T, Dell EMC, HCL, Hitachi Vantara, HP, HPE, IBM, Lenovo, Micro Focus, Microsoft, Oracle, PwC, SAP, ServiceNow and VMware.

PWC

At PwC, our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. It is this focus which informs the services we provide and the decisions we make.
Demonstrating genuine leadership is more important to us than size or short term revenue growth.
To achieve our aim to be recognised as the ‘the leading professional services firm’ we must be innovative, responsible and attract outstanding people.

ExtraMed

ExtraMed helps primary, secondary and community care organisations evolve their patient flow. It helps increase visibility, enhance collaboration, deliver efficiencies and improve care. ExtraMed ensures the right data is available where it’s needed when it’s needed so healthcare professionals can make timely, informed decisions and deliver the care patients need.

Mutual Ventures

The Mutual Ventures team are nationally recognised experts in new delivery models to support public service integration, improvement and innovation. We can support you to explore, design and implement new care models (including Primary Care Networks and Multi-speciality Community Providers) with a focus on managing demand and easing cost pressures. Our “mutual” approach focuses on engaging front line staff as well as tackling the complex technical and operational challenges that come with any ambitious change programme. We can support you and your team through the entire journey.

Skillsforcare

Skills for Care supports adult social care employers to deliver what the people they support need and what commissioners and regulators expect. We do this by helping employers get the best from their most valuable resource - their people.
Our practical support helps leaders and managers recruit, develop and lead their staff, retaining them from entry level right through to senior leadership and management roles.
We're the organisation for registered managers, supporting them to develop best practice, keep up-to-date and share ideas with like-minded managers.

The King's Fund

The King's Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. We help to shape policy and practice through research and analysis; develop individuals, teams and organisations; promote understanding of the health and social care system; and bring people together to learns, share knowledge and debate. Our vision is that the best possible care is available to all.

For more information visit:
www.kingsfund.org.uk/about-us

Registration opens, exhibition and refreshments

08:30 AM 10:00 AM

Grab your badge, some refreshments and head to Maynard Theatre before the start of of the breakfast session at 9am.
Breakfast session

Breakfast session: Trafford coordination centre: accelerating the delivery of an integrated, patient-centric and proactive care model

09:00 AM 09:45 AM Maynard theatre, lower ground floor

Trafford coordination centre: accelerating the delivery of an integrated, patient-centric and proactive care model

The NHS long-term plan places further emphasis on developing integrated care systems. However, moving from a more reactive, demand driven, complex and sometimes fragmented system to an accountable, integrated, aligned population management approach is a big challenge.

Creating innovative insights from available data supported by the development of a coordination function to support integrated working is, a critical factor in establishing integrated working across systems.

PwC and DXC work together to address these challenges. In this session, discussing the Trafford Coordination Centre, PWC will share their experiences of developing integrated care operating models and DXC will share their underpinning technology platform that enables delivery.

Dr David Lee, GP and Chief Medical Officer, DXC Technology

Session kindly hosted by PwC and DXC

Speakers

Kings Fund 21_03_19 breakfast session.pdf Download Link

Opening plenary: Integrated care in practice

10:00 AM 11:30 AM Burdett theatre (main theatre), ground floor

10.00am
Welcome and introduction

Nicola Walsh
, Assistant Director, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund 

10.10am
What integrated and co-ordinated care means in practice
  • Hear from Helen the impact of integrated care on her son Karl who has complex needs.

Helen Hassell, parent/carer to her son, Karl, who has complex needs and Member, My Life Choices strategic co production group in Nottinghamshire 

10.25am
Leading place-based integration
  • Hear about two different areas, how they are shaping services in their area and collaborating with different local organisations to deliver integrated care in practice.

Dr Claire Fuller, GP, and Senior Responsible Officer, Surrey Heartlands ICS 
Dr Carolyn Wilkins OBE, Chief Executive, Oldham Council and Accountable Officer NHS Oldham CCG 

11.10am
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Carolyn Wilkins .pdf Download Link
Claire_Fuller.pdf Download Link

Refreshment break, networking and scavenger hunt

11:30 AM 12:00 PM Orangery, ground floor

Enjoy the refreshments and take some time to decide between the 3 breakout sessions after the break.

Visit the exhibition stands and our library to collect 6 stamp for the Scavenger Hunt.

Breakout A: Wolverhampton

12:00 PM 01:00 PM Burdett theatre (main theatre), ground floor

12.00pm
Welcome and introduction
Deborah Ward, Senior Analyst, Policy, The King’s Fund

12.05pm
  • Learn how Wolverhampton City Council, Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group and The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust are working together to integrate care for their local population.
  • Find out about their ground-breaking vertical integration programme and their journey to redesign service delivery with the combined intelligence of primary, secondary and community clinicians.
  • Lea Road medical practice PPG Chair - https://youtu.be/U0XhggTyh6E-
  • Video of The Integrated Data System in use https://youtu.be/MQeZFFAbBbc

Sultan Mahmud, Director of Integration, The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust 

Dr Mona Sidhu, Lea Road Medical Practice, Wolverhampton

12.30pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Sultan Mahmud.pdf Download Link

Breakout B: North Cumbria

12:00 PM 01:00 PM Maynard theatre, lower ground floor

12.00pm
Welcome and introduction
Robert Johnstone, Board Member, International Foundation of Integrated Care


12.05pm
Moving beyond integrated care to a population health system
  • North Cumbria is one of the 14 Integrated Care System exemplars. Five years ago they had the second worst hospital mortality rates, the worst proportional financial deficits, poor morale, poor recruitment and a ‘Success’ Regime intervention. Learn how they have gone beyond integrated care to build a fully integrated ‘population health system’ with a system executive team, system leadership board (with council and third sector representation) and a strong neighbourhood delivery model called integrated care communities.

Professor John Howarth, System Clinical Lead North Cumbria and Deputy Chief Executive, Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust 

Caroline Evans , Associate Director of Operations Community Care Group-North Cumbria

Vanessa Connor, Integrated Care Community Development Manager

Claire Nicolson, Occupational Therapist Team Lead for Workington Community Rehabilitation Services

Karen Bell, Service manager, People Adults, Social Care


12.30pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

John Howarth.pdf Download Link

Breakout C: Erewash

12:00 PM 01:00 PM Maxwell room, first floor

12.00pm
Welcome and introduction

Susie Perks-Baker, Senior Consultant, Leadership Development, The King’s Fund 

12.05pm
Wellbeing Erewash is bringing services closer together so that care is provided in a more joined up way
  • Learn how Wellbeing Erewash is bringing professionals from across health and care and beyond to work as one team to focus on the needs of individual patients.

Dr Duncan Gooch, GP and Chair, NHS Erewash CCG
Stella Scott, Chief Executive Officer, Erewash Voluntary Action
Jo Hallam, Development Worker, Erewash Voluntary Action


12.30pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Duncan Gooch.pdf Download Link

Lunch, networking and scavenger hunt

01:00 PM 02:00 PM Orangery, ground floor

Visit the exhibition stands and our library to collect the stamp for the Scavenger Hunt.

Breakout D: Connecting Care Wakefield

02:00 PM 03:00 PM Maynard theatre, lower ground floor

2.00pm
Welcome and introduction
Robert Johnstone, Board Member, International Foundation of Integrated Care

2.10pm
Connecting Care Wakefield social care hubs
  • Hear about the ‘social care hubs’ introduced in Wakefield to bring together health, social care, housing and voluntary and community organisations at a single office, so once assessed, a person could be seen by a nurse, occupational therapist, physio, social care worker, housing officer or mental health worker depending on their need.

Dr Phillip Earnshaw, Chair, NHS Wakefield CCG 
Martin Smith, Head of Connecting Care, NHS Wakefield CCG

2.30pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Philip_Earnshaw.pdf Download Link

Breakout E: West Suffolk

02:00 PM 03:00 PM Maxwell room, first floor

2.00pm
Welcome and introduction
Jo Maybin,
Fellow, Policy, The King’s Fund 

2.10pm
Case study: Buurtzhog
  • Developed in The Netherlands in 2006, the Buurtzorg model of health and care is rooted in valuing the professionalism of nurses, providing holistic and person-centred care, and of engaging the wider resources of an individual and their neighbourhood to support their independence.
  • Hear how leaders from across the health and social care systems in West Suffolk agreed to implement a twelve-month test-and-learn of the Buurtzorg model in their area and what they’ve learned from implementing this model.

Dawn Godbold, Director of Integration, Suffolk Community Services 

2.30pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Dawn Godbold.pdf Download Link

Breakout F: Dorset

02:00 PM 03:00 PM Burdett theatre (main theatre), ground floor

2.00pm
Welcome and introduction
Kieran Cornwell,
Acting Head of Events and Partnerships, The King's Fund

2.10pm
Dorset integrated care hubs

Riaz Dharamshi, Consultant Geriatrician, Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Andy Dean. Extensivist GP Weymouth and Portland
Dr James Richards, Consultant Geriatrician, Dorset County Hospital

2.30pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Riaz_Dharamshi.pdf Download Link

Refreshment break, networking and scavenger hunt

03:00 PM 03:20 PM Orangery, ground floor

Last chance to visit the exhibition stands and our library to collect the stamp for the Scavenger Hunt.

Session four

03:20 PM 04:30 PM Burdett theatre (main theatre), ground floor

3.20pm
Welcome back
Alex Baylis,
Acting Director, Policy, The King’s Fund

3.25pm
Place-based integration of public services in Wigan
  • Learn how local public services have been working together to connect people to each other in communities as part of the Healthier Wigan Partnership ICO
Professor Kate Ardern, Director of Public Health, Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council

3.45pm
Wigan – a community tale
  • Hear a summary of the independent report we’ve done at the Fund on the approach taken by Wigan and lessons for other areas in developing their own integrated approach to health which has extended beyond the health and care system
Simon Bottery, Senior Fellow, The King’s Fund (confirmed)

4.05pm
Questions and discussion

4.30pm
Close of conference

Speakers

Chris_Naylor.pdf Download Link
Kate_Ardern.pdf Download Link

Close of conference

04:30 PM 04:30 PM

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