Health and Social Care Integration across the UK - Common Destination, Different speeds

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WEDNESDAY 09 NOVEMBER 2016

THE ACADEMY - WHEATLEY HOUSE, CENTRAL GLASGOW

ONE-DAY CONFERENCE

Event Outline

Throughout all the countries of the UK, there is a policy convergence towards health and social care integration, and whilst being undertaken at different speeds and with differing legislative power, common imperatives are driving that change.

These are:

  • the drive toward the principle of right time, right place, right care
  • the demand to support independent living in a home based or homely setting
  • the shift in the balance of care from the acute to anticipatory and preventative care
  • the demographic challenges all four countries face – a 50% increase in the number of over 75s by 2030, within a climate of limited health budgets and resources.

Held just over seven months on from the launch of Scotland’s Health & Social Care Partnerships, the purpose of this conference is to share learning and expertise from across the UK to identify the key elements of what a successful approach to integration looks like from the policy, practice and patient experience perspectives. The event will feature keynote speakers from across the devolved nations outlining the different approaches taken, what’s worked and what hasn’t, and the lessons learned so far.

Supported by

Speakers

David Williams

Chief Officer, Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership

Michael Moore

Senior Adviser at PwC

Sarah Pickup OBE

Deputy Chief Executive, Local Government Association

Dr Michael McBride

Chief Medical Officer for Northern Ireland

Neil Ayling

Chief Officer, Social Services, Flintshire County Council & President, Association of Directors of Social Services Cymru

Olga Clayton

Group Director of Housing and Care, Wheatley Group

Lucy McTernan

Deputy Chief Executive, SCVO

Brian Cavanagh

Managing Director, Brian Cavanagh Consulting

Agenda

08:45-09:15     Registration and morning refreshments

09:15-09:25     Chair’s Welcome and Introduction
Brian Cavanagh, Managing Director, Brian Cavanagh Consulting & former Chair, NHS Lothian

09:25-09:50     Welcome Address
Michael Moore, Senior Adviser at PwC

Session 1: Integration in Scotland – the journey so far

09:50-10:10     A Local perspective
David Williams, Chief Officer, Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership

10:10-10:30     A care provider perspective
Olga Clayton, Group Director of Housing and Care, Wheatley Group

10:30-10:50     Healthy Communities – The role of the third sector
Lucy McTernan, Deputy Chief Executive, SCVO

10:50-11:15     Panel and Audience discussion – “The journey so far”
Featuring Brian Cavanagh, Michael Moore, David Williams, Olga Clayton & Lucy McTernan

11:15-11:35     Tea and coffee break, opportunities for networking

Session 2: Integration across the UK – sharing experiences, challenges and examples of what works

11:35-12:00     A perspective from England
Sarah Pickup OBE, ‎Deputy Chief Executive, Local Government Association

12:00-12:25     A perspective from Wales
Neil Ayling, Chief Officer, Social Services, Flintshire County Council & President, Association of Directors of Social Services Cymru

12:25-12:50     A perspective from Northern Ireland
Dr Michael McBride, Chief Medical Officer for Northern Ireland

12:50-13:15     Panel and Audience discussion – “Sharing experiences, challenges and examples of what works”
Featuring Brian Cavanagh, Sarah Pickup, Neil Ayling & Dr Michael McBride

13:15-14:00     Lunch and opportunities for networking

Session 3: Learning Huddles – sharing YOUR experiences

14:00-14:20    Learning Huddles – led by PwC
(4x 5min introductory ‘pitches’ to the whole audience, briefly outlining each huddle and PwC’s work in each area)

  1. Measuring and Managing performance – establishing a single version of the truth
    Our traditional approach to measuring and managing performance needs to change its focus. The data is available, but how can it be used, analysed and interpreted effectively? Join us to discuss how to move to an integrated approach to health and social care performance.
  2. The Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Devolution
    In this session, PwC’s Jonathan House will share the key learning’s from his role in supporting Greater Manchester (GM) in establishing a robust strategic financial plan for devolution, working with national policy makers and the GM health and social care system to firstly secure and then strategically use its £450 million transformation fund.
  3. Building Healthy Communities
    Who is responsible for health? What part do communities play in changing behaviours and demand on services? Join us for a discussion on how to effectively build healthy communities and the role of technology, social enterprise and alternative funding – “The Community Pub”.
  4. Planning and Commissioning services
    Commissioning needs to change – but why? Drawing on examples from both the UK and internationally, PwC’s Lucia Webster will discuss outcomes-based and integrated commissioning, how it works in practice and ways it can improve services.

14:20-14:45     ‘Learning Huddle’ session 1
Break into the four facilitated small group discussions

14:45-15:10     ‘Learning Huddle’ session 2
Delegates will rotate into their second group discussion

15:10-15:40     Feedback from each of the ‘Learning Huddles’, leading into a wider full-audience discussion

15:40-15:45     Chair’s Closing Remarks

Venue

Hosted by

The Academy
Wheatley House
150 Ingram Street
Glasgow
G1 1DW

www.wheatley-group.com/the-academy/