20th & 21st June 2018

Event Agenda Day 2


Event Agenda

08:25 - 08:45

Dr Stewart Findlay, Chief Clinical Officer
Dr Stewart Findlay
Chief Clinical Officer
NHS Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield CCG
OPENING KEYNOTE

Impact Of Devolved Budgets In Primary Care

This talk will look at the allocation of weighted capitation budgets to general practices across the Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield CCG.

We will go through the process that we went through to agree a budget allocation formula and to develop a fair funding formula for general practice that rewarded those practices that remained within budget.

We will also look at how that is working within individual practices and across Primary Care Home teams based around patient populations of 30-50,000 people. We will look at the impact on outpatient referrals elective and non-elective activity.

08:45 - 09:05

Nicola Bailey, Chief Operating Officer
Nicola Bailey
Chief Operating Officer
NHS Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield CCG

Integration In County Durham - Are We An ACS, ACO, ACN or ACP? Who Knows!

This talk will look at the development and framework of integrated services in County Durham and more widely across the STP under the accountable ‘???’ banner.

The presentation will outline how County Durham’s health and social care services have moved together to create an Accountable Care Network that has innovative integrated delivery and commissioning at its heart. The commissioner and provider landscape is blurring with primary care centre stage as the only truly universal service accessible by all.

Nicola will explain how are they are managing to integrate two ways i.e. at scale with a number other CCGs, and locally to retain a true place based focus with primary and community services FT partners and their local authority partners.

09:10 - 09:30

Darren Kilroy, Deputy Medical Director
Darren Kilroy
Deputy Medical Director
East Cheshire NHS Trust

STREAM ONE Case Study: Leading and Managing Strategic Change Within Operationally Complex Environments

In this session Darren will explore the challenges and opportunities to be found within large-scale strategic change processes in healthcare. Using a case study example of the successful reconfiguration of a regional clinical service, the key issues, limitations and initial barriers to success will be highlighted. The steps and mechanisms employed to address and overcome those obstacles will be identified and explained. Delegates will be able to gain a full understanding of how strategic and operational risks were translated into opportunities for service improvement and how clinical staff were supported and engaged within the piece of work.

09:10 - 09:30

Dr Anna Barnes, Associate Director for Governance
Dr Anna Barnes
Associate Director for Governance
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

STREAM TWO Managing The Human Dimensions Of Change

"When the world is predictable you need smart people...but when the world is unpredictable you need adaptable people" - Minzberg.

Using case studies based on 20 years working in programme management and capital development, Dr Anna Barnes will outline some of the key concepts regarding the leadership and management of change within the NHS/Social Care.

A key facet of her presentation will be the importance of acknowledging the human factors which can hinder the implementation of large scale change programmes.

The presentation will summarise the most up to date academic evidence and will be interactive, subject to numbers.

09:30 - 09:50

Solution Provider Case Study

09:55 - 10:15

Solution Provider Case Study - Stream 1/2/3

10:15 - 10:45

Efficiency Brunch

Topic led roundtables around efficiency challenges in your organisation

Efficiency Brunch

10:45 - 12:15

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

12:15 - 12:35

Hugh Mullen, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Support Services
Hugh Mullen
Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Support Services
Stockport NHS FT

Transforming Stockport Together

In Stockport they are implementing a very innovative transformation programme called Stockport Together which aims to radically change the way they provide traditional hospital services for their Elderly population.

Stockport Together combines Stockport FT, which provides the acute service on the Stepping Hill site and Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council which provides Social Services.

Viaduct Healthcare is their GP partner organisation and provides Primary Care and Pennine Care FT, which provides mental health services. They have now formed an Alliance Provider Board ahead of moving to an Accountable Care Trust in 2019.

Hugh's session will set out the journey Stockport have been on to alter the way they provide services and significantly reduce the need for Secondary care by establishing 8 neighbourhood teams. Hugh will set out the performance criteria they need to achieve and the progression they have made to date.

12:35 - 12:55

Nicola Haywood-Alexander, CIO, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS FT and  Digital Programme Director, South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ACS
Nicola Haywood-Alexander
CIO, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS FT and Digital Programme Director, South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ACS
Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS FT

User Centric Digital Transformation

Sheffield Health and Social Care, as part of the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ACS have long engaged clinical and service users in the design of their digital technology, from an in-house EPR to self-service applications to support well being and recovery.

The design of solutions and cases for investment are all user case driven, and are centered on patient stories. This is an integral part of their forward digital strategy for both place and system.

Nicola will share the journey to date from both the Trust and ACS perspective.

12:55 - 13:15

Martin Ferrier, Chief Clinical Information Officer
Martin Ferrier
Chief Clinical Information Officer
Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS FT
Nicola Bailey, Chief Operating Officer
Nicola Bailey
Chief Operating Officer
NHS Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield CCG
Nicola Haywood-Alexander, CIO, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS FT and  Digital Programme Director, South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ACS
Nicola Haywood-Alexander
CIO, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS FT and Digital Programme Director, South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw ACS
Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS FT
CLOSING KEYNOTE

Panel Session - Accountable Care Systems (ACSs) - Let's Make Sense Of It

NHS England recently outlined their ambitions for Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs) to evolve into 'accountable care systems' (ACSs), and proposed that these ACSs might become Accountable Care Organisations (ACOs) but only after several years.

The first wave of ACSs are already assuming accountability for local operational and financial performance. From April 2018, they will begin to gain new financial flexibilities and to use new tools for better understanding local health data.

This session gives you the chance to ask the panel their views on the future of ACSs and the benefits or risks that will come with it. You will have the opportunity to share your own opinions with the delegates. This session is sure to offer some lively topical debates on the matter.

Panel Session - Accountable Care Systems (ACSs) - Let's Make Sense Of It

13:30 - 13:45

Chair's Closing Remarks

13:45 - 14:00

Coffee & Networking Break - Day 1 Close

Coffee & Networking Break - Day 1 Close

13:45 - 14:45

Networking Lunch

Networking Lunch