Health and Social Care Leadership – leading your organisation toward the 2020 Vision

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THURSDAY 26 MAY 2016

BRODIES LLP, CENTRAL GLASGOW

ONE-DAY CONFERENCE

Event Outline

With an opening session led by Audit Scotland, exploring the key issues raised in their recent reports on Health and Social Care, this one-day conference will bring together leaders and senior managers from across the sector to explore:

  • The changing models of health and social care
  • Examples of good practice and innovative approaches to service provision, resource allocation and funding
  • The key pressures facing those who lead health and social care services in Scotland
  • The leadership skills required to survive and succeed
  • The challenges to achieving organisational change and establishing organisation-wide strategies
  • The role of leadership in driving effective multi-agency partnership-working and integration

Health and social care providers face increasingly difficult challenges. These include limited budgets and resources; an ageing population; an increasing number of people with long-term health conditions; the growth of delayed hospital discharges; and rising expectations of personally-tailored care services. All to be met, and overcome, within a climate of significant and ambitious change.

Major reform is under way to integrate health and social care services. This following hard on the heels of recent legislation around Self-Directed Support and the Personalisation Agenda. Change within the sector appears continuous, and its pace appears to be accelerating. To survive and succeed in such a climate, providers must become agile, responsive and outcome-focussed. This may require Leaders and Senior Managers across the sector to adopt new skills and approaches. The ‘accidental’ hands-on manager may be required to become the ‘assertive’, strategic leader.

Supported by

Speakers

Jillian Matthew

Audit Manager, Audit Scotland

Gordon Neill

Senior Manager, Audit Scotland

Dr Lindsay Burley CBE

Chair, NHS Education for Scotland

David Williams

Chief Officer, Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership

Simon Steer

Head of Strategic Commissioning, NHS Highland

David Small

Director of East Lothian Health and Social Care Partnership

Margaret Parsons

Information Governance Lead for Source (previously HSCDIIP), National Services Scotland

Vince McGarry

Project Manager, The Govan SHIP Project

Cathy Fallon

Director of Loretto Care

Gordon McLean

National Programme Manager – Transforming Care After Treatment, Macmillan Cancer Support

Jackie McGuire

Head of Public Law and Regulatory Division, Brodies LLP

Becca Gatherum

Policy, Information & Research Lead, Scottish Care

Brian Cavanagh

Managing Director, Brian Cavanagh Consulting

Alex Davidson

Chair, Scottish Adult Protection Convenors and Independent Chair, Perth and Kinross Adult Protection Committee

Agenda

09:00-09:45     Registration and morning refreshments

09:45-10:00     Chair’s welcome and introduction
Alex Davidson, Chair of the Scottish Adult Protection Convenors Committee & Independent Chair, Perth and Kinross Adult Protection Committee

Health & Social Care – an overview of the current landscape

10:00-10:20     Health and Social Care Integration – risks, key challenges and the scale of change required
Gordon Neill, Senior Manager, Audit Scotland

10:20-10:40     The changing models of health and social care – getting from here to there
Jillian Matthew, Audit Manager, Audit Scotland

10:40-11:20     Panel and audience discussion – “Achieving the 2020 Vision”
Led by Audit Scotland, this panel and audience discussion will provide an opportunity for panellists and delegates to share examples of good practice and showcase innovative changes that could be made to services, resources and funding to better meet demand and provide better care and support in the community.

Featuring:

  • David Small, Director, East Lothian Health & Social Care Partnership
  • David Williams, Chief Officer, Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership
  • Gordon Neill, Senior Manager, Audit Scotland
  • Jillian Matthew, Audit Manager, Audit Scotland

11:20-11:35     Tea and coffee break, opportunities for networking

Leading toward the 2020 Vision – overcoming the barriers to collaboration

11:35-11:50     Loss of identity – developing real integrated budgets
Simon Steer, Head of Strategic Commissioning, NHS Highland

11:50-12:05     Enabling the improvement of strategic planning and commissioning – the sharing of information and robust Information Governance
Margaret Parsons, Information Governance Lead for Source (previously HSCDIIP), National Services Scotland

12:05-12:20     Why are we discussing barriers?
Cathy Fallon, Director of Loretto Care

12:20-13:00     Panel and audience discussion – “Overcoming the barriers to collaboration”
Led by our Chair, Alex Davidson, panellists will share their thoughts and personal experiences of the barriers to collaboration and integrated working; the key leadership issues and challenges faced; and the leadership skills and approaches required to achieve the 2020 Vision.

Featuring:

  • Simon Steer, Head of Strategic Commissioning, NHS Highland
  • Margaret Parsons, Information Governance Lead for Source (previously HSCDIIP), National Services Scotland
  • Cathy Fallon, Director of Loretto Care
  • Becca Gatherum, Policy, Information & Research Lead, Scottish Care
  • Brian Cavanagh, Managing Director, Brian Cavanagh Consulting

13:00-13:45     Lunch, opportunities for networking

Leading your organization to meet the challenge

13:45-14:10     Afternoon Keynote Address – “Strong wind of change – the leadership skills required to survive and succeed”
Dr Lindsay Burley CBE, Chair, NHS Education for Scotland

14:10-14:30     Bringing health & social care services together – a case study
Gordon McLean, National Programme Manager – Transforming Care After Treatment, Macmillan Cancer Support

14:30-14:50     Beyond leadership? The key role of coordination and collaboration in driving multi-agency partnership-working and integration
Vincent McGarry, Project Manager, Govan Integrated Care

14:50-15:05     Joint Question and Answer Session

15:05-15:45     Open forum – “Surviving and succeeding in a climate of continuous change”

Facilitated and led by: Jackie McGuire, Head of Public Law and Regulatory Division, Brodies LLP

Building on the themes raised earlier in the day, these facilitated discussions will explore a range of key management issues across the sector –

  • Building a culture of organisational learning and development
  • Developing and empowering your employees
  • Managing risk amidst uncertainty
  • Overcoming the barriers to collaboration and best practice sharing
  • What next? Staying ahead of the curve

15:45               Chair’s Round-up and Closing Remarks

Venue

Hosted by

Brodies LLP,
110 Queen Street,
Glasgow,
G1 3BX