Value Masterclass 2019

Four nations’ approach to value-based healthcare

27 February 2019

110 Rochester Row



In response to the growing pressure to deliver more for less, health services across the UK are exploring new approaches to the delivery of healthcare. Although these initiatives vary in name, the goal remains the same – to transform the way we deliver services to ensure the NHS is providing the best possible care at the lowest possible cost. 

The Value Masterclass will explore how the NHS in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England are putting value-based healthcare at the forefront. We will look at the national initiatives driving value forward including successes, challenges and future intentions. We will also hear case study examples from local health services applying these initiatives on the ground to support the sharing of best practice across our four nations. 

This event is designed for senior NHS finance and healthcare professionals and will provide delegates with the know-how to begin applying value in practice. 

Confirmed speakers: 
Chair: Dr. Clara Day, Nephrology – Consultant, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Gregor Smith, Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Scotland
Susan Bishop, Head of Efficiency, Improvement and Innovation, NHS Forth Valley
Sangeeta Saran, Associate Director Planned Care, Slough CCG
Maureen Edwards, Director of Finance, Estates & Capital Development and Jam Ritchie, Consultant Geriatrician, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
Deborah de Wit, Transformation and Service Redesign Manager, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust,
Naheed Rana, NHS RightCare Delivery Partner
Graham Lomax, London Hub Director, Getting It Right First Time
Mark Bowling, Assistant Director of Finance, Hywel Dda University Health Board



This event is now fully booked. Recorded sessions will be made available to Institute members once the event has taken place. 


Venue
Presentations
Videos

110 Rochester Row, London, SW1P 1JP

Chair’s welcome – an introduction to ‘value-based healthcare’
Dr. Clara Day, Nephrology – Consultant, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Patient and public participation in transforming healthcare
Ian Gall, PPIR, NHS Dorset CCG & Chair, Our Dorset Integrated Care System - Public Engagement Group 

Transforming healthcare in Scotland
Putting the patient first: how to deliver value through joint decision making
Gregor Smith, Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Scotland
Susan Bishop, Head of Efficiency, Improvement and Innovation, NHS Forth Valley

Transforming healthcare in Northern Ireland
Delivering better value healthcare through prevention and early intervention
Maureen Edwards, Director of Finance, Estates & Capital Development 
Jan Ritchie, Consultant Geriatrician, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust


Transforming healthcare in England
Doing what we do best, only better: utilising data and reducing unwarranted variation to drive value
Deborah de Wit, Transformation and Service Redesign Manager, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Naheed Rana, NHS RightCare Delivery Partner
Graham Lomax, London Hub Director, Getting It Right First Time 

Transforming healthcare in Wales
Collaborating to create system wide value
Mark Bowling, Assistant Director of Finance, Hywel Dda University Health Board 
Patient and public participation in transforming healthcare 
Ian Gall, PPIR, NHS Dorset CCG & Chair, Our Dorset Integrated Care System - Public Engagement Group 

Transforming healthcare in Scotland 
Putting the patient first: how to deliver value through joint decision making 
Gregor Smith, Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Scotland 
Susan Bishop, Head of Efficiency, Improvement and Innovation, NHS Forth Valley

Transforming healthcare in Northern Ireland 
Delivering better value healthcare through prevention and early intervention 
Maureen Edwards, Director of Finance, Estates & Capital Development 
Jan Ritchie, Consultant Geriatrician, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

Transforming healthcare in England 
Doing what we do best, only better: utilising data and reducing unwarranted variation to drive value 
Deborah de Wit, Transformation and Service Redesign Manager, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Naheed Rana, NHS RightCare Delivery Partner 
Graham Lomax, London Hub Director, Getting It Right First Time 

Transforming healthcare in Wales 
Collaborating to create system wide value 
Mark Bowling, Assistant Director of Finance, Hywel Dda University Health Board