Liverpool programme is now online

The programme for our Liverpool event is now online. Follow the link to take a look at the full programme see all of the exciting sessions we have on offer for 2016.

 

 

 

 

RED THEATRE
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Chair: Dr Joe McGilligan, Chair, East Surrey CCG
10.00 Workshop: Releasing capacity in primary care – just another pipe dream?

Dr Robert Varnam, Head of General Practice Development, NHS England Supported by NHS England

10.25 Exhibition
11.00 Workshop: Federations: Are they the future of the NHS?

Nicky Collins, Partner, Browne Jacobson LLP

Supported by Browne Jacobson

11.30 Case Study: Remodelling GP access and community integration

Dr Chris Jones, Programme Director, West Wakefield Health and Wellbeing Board

Sarah Fatchett, Strategic Director, West Wakefield Health and Wellbeing Board

11.50 Case Study: Fully integrated transformation from secondary to health and social care

Rakesh Marwaha, Chief Officer, Erewash CCG

12.10 Exhibition
13.20 Workshop: Successfully implementing calprotectin testing in primary care

Melanie Mahon, Senior Commissioning Manager, NHS Stafford & Surrounds and NHS Cannock Chase CCG

Lis Cook, Buisness Development Director, Ferring UK

Supported by Ferring Pharmaceuticals

13.50 Case Study: Uniting with acute community services to improve elderly care
14.15 Case Study: Blending expertise and skillsets during collaborative working
14.35 Exhibition
14.55 Panel: Where are we now? The ins and outs of Devo Manc and what this means for national commissioning

  • De-fragmenting the NHS by maximising health and social care integration in practice.
  • Reshaping a whole community to promote economic growth and personal health and wellbeing.
  • Encouraging greater patient centred care by shifting acute treatment from out of hospital and into the community.

Warren Heppolette, Strategic Director Health and Social Care Reform, Greater Manchester CCG Dr Wirin Bhatiani, Chair, Bolton CCG Mike Wild, Chief Executive, Macc and Board Member, Manchester Health and Wellbeing Board Cllr Sue Murphy, Statutory Deputy Leader of the Council, Manchester City Council

15.35 Panel: De-mystifying integration: How easy is it?

  • To what extent can patient data truly be protected with open data sharing?
  • Changing mid-sets in proposing new methods of working.
  • Will integration ultimately result in the loss of specialist skills?

Dr Eerke Boiten, Senior Lecturer, Kent University Centre for Cyber Security Rosanna Bate, Policy Adviser, Monitor Dr Simon Freeman, Chief Operating Officer, Arden and GEM CSU

16.20 Close of Conference and Exhibition Ends
ORANGE THEATRE
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10.00 Panel: Avoiding the commissioning black hole in procurement and tendering

  • What does commissioning for value truly look like?
  • How to get the most out of your business partnerships.
  • Aligning budgets to guarantee delivery of an uncompromised service.

Dr Waseem Mohi, Chair, Barking and Dagenham CCG

Cllr Richard Chattaway, Warwickshire Member, Warwickshire County Council

10.40 OPTIMISING MEDICATIONS THEATRE: Exhibition
11.00 Exhibition
11.15 Workshop: Focusing on quality outcomes – the case for service improvements in Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS)

Tim Jones, Commissioning Consultant, NHS England

Richard Metcalfe, Head of Strategy & Delivery, NHS Doncaster CCG

Supported by Astellas & WG Consulting

11.45 Case Study: Symbiotic relationship management with Allied Healthcare Professionals (AHPs)

  • Value based commissioning from an AHP angle.
  • Accommodating the ageing population as demand increases.
  • Generating improved care services to enable elderly care within their own homes.
12.10 Workshop

Supported by Bayer

12.35 Exhibition
12.45 OPTIMISING MEDICATIONS THEATRE: Exhibition
13.15 Case Study: Patient Centred Outcomes Measurements (PCOMs) in influencing commissioning decisions

Jaivir Pall, National Programme Development Manager, Experience Led Care

13.45 Presentation: Effective commissioning strategies for the future of patient care

Dr Waseem Mohi, Chair, Barking and Dagenham CCG

14.15 Case Study: Collaborative working with AHSNs to develop successful commissioning strategies

Dr Julia Reynolds, Programme Manager, North West Coast AHSN

Lisa Butland, Director of Innovation and Research, North West Coast AHSN

14.35 OPTIMISING MEDICATIONS THEATRE 

Exhibition: Medicines Optimisation: Who should be responsible? A case study in diabetes

Sanjay Desai, Associate Director Medicines Optimisation, 4 West Berkshire CCGs

Dr Richard Croft, Berkshire West Diabetes Head – Berkshire West CCGs, Diabetes Head – Thames Valley Strategic Clinical Network (NHSE)

Supported by Takeda

14.55 Panel: Where are we now? The ins and outs of Devo Manc and what this means for national commissioning

  • De-fragmenting the NHS by maximising health and social care integration in practice.
  • Reshaping a whole community to promote economic growth and personal health and wellbeing.
  • Encouraging greater patient centred care by shifting acute treatment from out of hospital and into the community.

Warren Heppolette, Strategic Director Health and Social Care Reform, Greater Manchester CCG Dr Wirin Bhatiani, Chair, Bolton CCG

Mike Wild, Chief Executive, Macc and Board Member, Manchester Health and Wellbeing Board

Cllr Sue Murphy, Statutory Deputy Leader of the Council, Manchester City Council

15.35 Debate and Panel: Primary care co-commissioning: Road to success or mission to failure? Co-commissioning models clearly have their benefits but also comes with limitations, what does this mean for primary care and its patients?

Dr David Farmer, Clinical Lead, NHS South Worcestershire CCG

Dr Ethie Kong, Chair, Brent CCG

Geoffrey Appleton, Chair, St Helens CCG

Holly Holder, Fellow in Health Policy, Nuffield Trust

16.20 Close of Conference and Exhibition Ends
YELLOW THEATRE
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Chair: David Paynton, Clinical Commissioning Champion, RCGP
10.00 Workshop

Supported by Care UK

10.25 Exhibition
10.40 OPTIMISING MEDICATIONS THEATRE: Exhibition
11.00 Workshop: How GP capacity is released when over half your patients seek help on-line

Harry Longman, Chief Executive, GP Access 

Supported by GP Access

11.30 Panel: Taking 7 day working to new heights within federations

  • Improving patient access to meet both patient demand and government expectations.
  • Commissioning out of hours services to promote continuity of care.
  • Evidence based values of providing a 7 day service.

Dr John Boyington, Chair, Bury GP Federation

Dr Adrian Hayter, Clinical Chair, Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead CCG

Dr Bhupinder Kohli, Medical Director, First4Health Group and Board Member, Newham CCG

Stephanie Kumpunen, Fellow in Health Policy, Nuffield Trust

12.10 Exhibition
12.45 OPTIMISING MEDICATIONS THEATRE: Exhibition
13.20 Workshop

Supported by Safe Patient Systems

13.50 Keynote address

Dr Chaand Nagpaul, Chair, GPC

14.15 Keynote: Are we heading towards a future of fully privatised primary care?
14.35 OPTIMISING MEDICATIONS THEATRE

Exhibition: Medicines Optimisation: Who should be responsible? A case study in diabetes

Sanjay Desai, Associate Director Medicines Optimisation, 4 West Berkshire CCGs

Dr Richard Croft, Berkshire West Diabetes Head – Berkshire West CCGs, Diabetes Head – Thames Valley Strategic Clinical Network (NHSE)

Supported by Takeda

14.55 Panel: Where are we now? The ins and outs of Devo Manc and what this means for national commissioning

  • De-fragmenting the NHS by maximising health and social care integration in practice.
  • Reshaping a whole community to promote economic growth and personal health and wellbeing.
  • Encouraging greater patient centred care by shifting acute treatment from out of hospital and into the community.

Warren Heppolette, Strategic Director Health and Social Care Reform, Greater Manchester CCG

Dr Wirin Bhatiani, Chair, Bolton CCG

Mike Wild, Chief Executive, Macc and Board Member, Manchester Health and Wellbeing Board

Cllr Sue Murphy, Statutory Deputy Leader of the Council, Manchester City Council

15.35 Please see sessions in streams 1, 2 and 4
16.20 Close of Conference and Exhibition Ends
GREEN THEATRE
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10.00 Panel: Is giving patients more power the answer to providing a superior health service?

  • Creating a robust patient-centric model by keeping the patient at the core.
  • Expanding patient engagement top reflect the needs of the wider community.
  • Accepting and involving patients in critical decision making processes.

Peter Pinfield, Chairman, Healthwatch Worcestershire

Georgina Craig, National Director, Experience Led Care

Victoria Thomas, Head of Public Involvement, NICE

Kate Ansell, Associate Director, Self Help Nottingham and Patient Voice Member

10.40 OPTIMISING MEDICATIONS THEATRE: Exhibition
11.00 Exhibition
11.15 Workshop

Supported by Novo Nordisk

11.45 Case Study: How group patient consultations are revolutionising patient care

Dr Priya Kumar, GP, Slough CCG

Alison Manson, Associate Director, ELC

12.10 Workshop: Preventing fractures in older people: The business case plus supporting case studies

Tim Jones, Commissioning Advisor, The National Osteoporosis Society

Supported by Internis and Rosemont

12.35 Exhibition
12.45 OPTIMISING MEDICATIONS THEATRE: Exhibition
13.15 Case Study: Redesigning patient care for those battling mental health conditions
13.50 Workshop: Sharing local ophthalmology experience

Sarah Keer, Commissioning Pharmacist, West Yorkshire CCG

Supported by Scope

14.15 Case Study: Bridging the gap between primary and secondary care services
14.35 OPTIMISING MEDICATIONS THEATRE 

Exhibition: Medicines Optimisation: Who should be responsible? A case study in diabetes

Sanjay Desai, Associate Director Medicines Optimisation, 4 West Berkshire CCGs

Dr Richard Croft, Berkshire West Diabetes Head – Berkshire West CCGs, Diabetes Head – Thames Valley Strategic Clinical Network (NHSE)

Supported by Takeda

14.55 Panel: Where are we now? The ins and outs of Devo Manc and what this means for national commissioning

  • De-fragmenting the NHS by maximising health and social care integration in practice.
  • Reshaping a whole community to promote economic growth and personal health and wellbeing.
  • Encouraging greater patient centred care by shifting acute treatment from out of hospital and into the community.

Warren Heppolette, Strategic Director Health and Social Care Reform, Greater Manchester CCG

Dr Wirin Bhatiani, Chair, Bolton CCG

Mike Wild, Chief Executive, Macc and Board Member, Manchester Health and Wellbeing Board

Cllr Sue Murphy, Statutory Deputy Leader of the Council, Manchester City Council

15.35 Panel: Universal strategies for managing long-term illness in the patient population

  • The role of healthcare professionals in the management of long term illnesses.
  • What constitutes high quality care for patients with co-morbidities?
  • Combining expertise to promote effective disease management in the community.

Professor David Haslam CBE, Chair, NICE

16.20 Close of Conference and Exhibition Ends
BLUE THEATRE
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10.00 Workshop: Tackling the ONS spend: Myths and Facts

Ben Woodhouse, Medicines Optimisation and Prescribing Lead, Bolton CCG

Supported by Fresenius Kabi

10.25 Exhibition
10.40 OPTIMISING MEDICATIONS THEATRE: Exhibition
11.00 Workshop: Delivering both value for money and optimal outcomes in type 2 diabetes: What are the clinical considerations?

Dr Amar Ali, GP, Oakenhurst Medical Practice

Supported by Janssen

11.30 Case Study: Commissioning pharmacy services to alleviate the GP burden through non-medical prescribing

Johnathan Laird, Community Pharmacy Manager, Aberdeenshire

11.50 Keynote: The new joint population framework for GPs and pharmacists
12.10 Exhibition
12.45 OPTIMISING MEDICATIONS THEATRE: Exhibition
13.20 Sponsored Session
13.50 Debate and Panel: Are GP based pharmacists gatekeepers or enablers?

There is a current push for GPs to work more closely with community pharmacists but with the recent investment to have clinical pharmacists employed by surgeries, where does this leave this proposed integration drive?

Robbie Turner, CEO, West Yorkshire Community Pharmacy

Harry McQuillan, Chief Executive, Community Pharmacy Scotland

14.35 OPTIMISING MEDICATIONS THEATRE

Exhibition: Medicines Optimisation: Who should be responsible? A case study in diabetes

Sanjay Desai, Associate Director Medicines Optimisation, 4 West Berkshire CCGs

Dr Richard Croft, Berkshire West Diabetes Head – Berkshire West CCGs, Diabetes Head – Thames Valley Strategic Clinical Network (NHSE)

Supported by Takeda

14.55 Panel: Where are we now? The ins and outs of Devo Manc and what this means for national commissioning

  • De-fragmenting the NHS by maximising health and social care integration in practice.
  • Reshaping a whole community to promote economic growth and personal health and wellbeing.
  • Encouraging greater patient centred care by shifting acute treatment from out of hospital and into the community.

Warren Heppolette, Strategic Director Health and Social Care Reform, Greater Manchester CCG

Dr Wirin Bhatiani, Chair, Bolton CCG

Mike Wild, Chief Executive, Macc and Board Member, Manchester Health and Wellbeing Board

Cllr Sue Murphy, Statutory Deputy Leader of the Council, Manchester City Council

15.35 Please see sessions in streams 1, 2 and 4
16.20 Close of Conference and Exhibition Ends
PURPLE THEATRE
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10.00 Panel: The critical role of nurses in the wider integration model

  • Streamlining the direct interface between social care and front line nursing.
  • Engaging nurses to encourage decision making authority.
  • How implementing shared governance structures can be instrumental in successful integration.

Craig Harris, Executive Nurse and Director, Citywide Commissioning and Quality, South Manchester CCG

Gil Ramsden, Lead Practice Nurse, Leeds West CCG

Gill Findley, Director of Nursing, DDES CCG

Jane Macdonald, Associate Director of Nursing and Improvement, Greater Manchester AHSN

10.40 Exhibition
11.15 Workshop: Cost effective public health interventions within primary care: The special and effective case of smoking cessation

Emma Croughan, Director Public Health and Lifestyle Services, North 51

Supported by North 51

11.45 Case Study: Dementia and devolution: Changing the commissioning landscape

Veronica King, Stakeholder Relations Manager, Alzheimer’s Society UK

12.10 Case Study: Social prescribing: Investment vs. Benefit

Is using social prescribing as a proactive preventative tool to improve patient care and mental well-being worth the investment?

Paul Wilson, Research Fellow, Manchester Business School

12.35 Exhibition
13.15 Keynote: Initiating proactive care through commissioning of dietetic services

  • Decreasing hospital admissions through improved weight management services.
  • Eliminating downstream treatment for long-term weight based conditions.
  • Patient self management tools in taking control of their own health.
13.45 Workshop: Healing 95% of Venous Leg Ulcers in 100 days – It can be done

Professor David Gray, Clinical Director, Healogics Supported by Healogics

14.15 Debate: Managing addictions and substance abuse: Where should our priorities lie?

With addictive substances and drug abuse costing the NHS millions a year, how do you decide where to spend?

14.35 Exhibition
14.55 Panel: Where are we now? The ins and outs of Devo Manc and what this means for national commissioning

  • De-fragmenting the NHS by maximising health and social care integration in practice.
  • Reshaping a whole community to promote economic growth and personal health and wellbeing.
  • Encouraging greater patient centred care by shifting acute treatment from out of hospital and into the community.

Warren Heppolette, Strategic Director Health and Social Care Reform, Greater Manchester CCG

Dr Wirin Bhatiani, Chair, Bolton CCG

Mike Wild, Chief Executive, Macc and Board Member, Manchester Health and Wellbeing Board

Cllr Sue Murphy, Statutory Deputy Leader of the Council, Manchester City Council

15.35 Please see sessions in streams 1, 2 and 4
16.20 Close of Conference and Exhibition Ends