Integration summit

Integration summit

Beyond process to action

08 February 2018

110 Rochester Row



Agenda

Since the publication of NHS England’s Five Year Forward View in 2015, the financial pressures mean the importance of creating a health and care system that can deliver far-reaching change effectively and collaboratively has become critical.

The lack of joined-up services has always been an issue expressed by patient groups, and a more unified system promises our communities more control over their own care pathways and better outcomes as a result. Joint working is moving at different speeds across the country, integrated or accountable systems still lack clarity and pose challenges to the newly appointed leaders of these systems. Finance leaders are working to establish and finesse new governance structures and pooled budgets to meet the requirements of their systems, and attention is now turning to examine the practical challenges. Positive effects on patients of integrated systems are encouraging us to consider how lessons learnt and best practice can be shared, and how innovation can be spread rapidly.

This Summit is intended to stimulate discussion and help you do exactly this.

Who should attend?

The Integration summit is a unique place where NHS provider directors of finance, directors of adult social care, local authority treasurers, CCG CFOs and STP finance directors can come together to discuss integrated finance and governance structures and the challenges of leading system change across health and local government.

Each speaker has been asked to allow plenty of time for debate and Q&A which will operate under the Chatham House Rule. Attendees are encouraged to come prepared to participate and engage in a safe environment.


Presentations
Videos

Please see below for links to the presentation slides where they have been made available.

What does integration mean for patients?
Jeremy Taylor, CEO, National Voices

Leading the integration agenda
Jon Rouse, chief officer, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership*
Mark Webb, chair, NHS North East Lincolnshire (NEL) CCG

Moving towards collaboration across organisations
Julian Baker, director of national collaborative commissioning, NHS Wales
Matt Graham, programme director, West Yorkshire Association of Acute Trusts (WYAAT)
Fiona McMillan-Shields, associate director of integration, NHS Luton CCG and Luton Borough Council and Atif Iqbal, finance business partner (people & PHCP directorates), Luton Borough Council

From national projections to local projects: Reimagining patient care through social prescribing
  
Dr Michael Dixon, national clinical champion for social prescribing, NHS England
Siân Brand, lead programme manager, Connect Well, Mid Essex Social Prescribing Project

Relational leadership and building collaboration
Mark Rogers, executive director, Collaborate CIC**

*Please note that we do not have permission to share these presentation slides.
**
Mark Rogers did not use presentation slides, and therefore no link is provided above.

Please see below for links to the videos recordings where we have had permission to share.

What does integration mean for patients?
Jeremy Taylor, CEO, National Voices

Leading the integration agenda
Jon Rouse, chief officer, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership*
Mark Webb, chair, NHS North East Lincolnshire (NEL) CCG

Moving towards collaboration across organisations - Part 1
Julian Baker, director of national collaborative commissioning, NHS Wales

Moving towards collaboration across organisations - Part 2
Matt Graham, programme director, West Yorkshire Association of Acute Trusts (WYAAT)

Moving towards collaboration across organisations - Part 3
Fiona McMillan-Shields, associate director of integration, NHS Luton CCG and Luton Borough Council and Atif Iqbal, finance business partner (people & PHCP directorates), Luton Borough Council

From national projections to local projects: Reimagining patient care through social prescribing - Part 1

Dr Michael Dixon, national clinical champion for social prescribing, NHS England

From national projections to local projects: Reimagining patient care through social prescribing - Part 2
Siân Brand, lead programme manager, Connect Well, Mid Essex Social Prescribing Project

Relational leadership and building collaboration
Mark Rogers, executive director, Collaborate CIC

*Please note that we do not have permission to share this presentation.