Integration summit

Integration summit

06 February 2020

110 Rochester Row



About this event

A year after the publication of the NHS long term plan, our fifth annual Integration Summit will focus on integrated care systems and the progress towards national coverage by April 2021. As well as discussing collaborative working and how to manage resources effectively across a number of organisations, we will also consider how this way of working can improve health and care for patients.

We will hear from a number of speakers sharing case study examples, giving their perspectives on joined-up care for patients from local services, local charities and community groups, to help provide better care for patients and the challenges they each faced.

Who should attend?

The Integration summit is a unique place where all those that have an interest in integrated finance, governance structures and the challenges of leading system change across health and local government can come together. This will be of particular interest to those working within integrated systems from health and local authorities.

Register today

If you are affiliated with a HFMA partner organisation, you can attend this event for free. Limited free places are also available for members of the Local Government Association. Please email josie.baskerville@hfma.org.uk to book.

For commericial bookings, please email paul.momber@hfma.org.uk


Presentations
Setting the scene
Jacquie White, Director of System Development, Primary Care and System Transformation, NHS England and Improvement

Setting the scene
Simon Williams, Director of Social Care Improvement, Local Government Association

Shared data, a key foundation for integrated working
Nigel Foster,
Director of Finance and IM&T, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust

A Practical approach to creating Integrated Care Provider partnerships in Place 
Christian Dingwall, Partner, Browne Jacobson
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Lessons from the experience of integrated care systems in implementing the long term plan
Professor Sir Chris Ham, Independent chair, Coventry and Warwickshire Health and Care Partnership
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Integrated Care: Why we have to start with Why?
Susannah Howard, ICS Programme Director - Suffolk & North East Essex ICS
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