Commissioning for integrated health and care – An LGA and NHS Commissioning Board conference

London - 29 October 2012

This conference is now full and a waitlist is in place. Click on ‘book now' to add your name. Due to the overwhelming popularity of this event, places may be limited to one per organisation. Priority will be given to LGA and NHS members. This conference will promote examples of shared learning around integrated services, system leadership, joint planning and sector-led improvement and innovation. It will highlight the opportunities that exist to commission services in a more integrated way with emerging partners. It will also outline how the NHS and local government plan to work together at a national level to support local commissioners and will seek the views of attendees about what support would be helpful at a local level to promote integration.

Times

Registration time: 9.15 am
Start time: 10.00 am
End time: 4.30 pm

Why you should attend

The integration of the health system is crucial to the improvement of health outcomes and the productivity challenge facing the whole public sector. Health and wellbeing boards (HWBs) and clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) have a pivotal role to play at a local level in delivering more integrated services centred around patients and service-users in order to deliver better outcomes and experience and shift from treatment to preventative services. This will involve new ways of working between public health, social care and the health sectors.

At a national level, the Department of Health, Commissioning Board and Local Government Association (LGA) along with other partners are working with local commissioners to ensure that they have the tools and support they need to make important and sometimes difficult decisions for their local populations.

Plenary sessions will feature contributions from key figures from local and national government, from clinicians, commissioners, academics and others with an interest in improving health outcomes locally. Workshop sessions will explore how councils and CCGs can work together in the emerging landscape and what the early lessons are, which is why we are inviting delegates from across the health and care sector to help shape our shared vision.

This event will give you the opportunity to learn from pioneering areas around integrated commissioning, to discuss and shape the agenda at a national level, to support local commissioning decisions and to network with colleagues in local government and health.

Sponsors

NHS Commissioning Board and LGA

Programme

 
09.15  am – 10.00 am  Registration and refreshments
10.00  am – 10.05 am  Chair's welcome and introduction
Councillor David Rogers OBE, Chair, LGA Community Wellbeing Board
10.05  am – 10.15  am Plenary: Giving local areas the freedom to deliver
Norman Lamb MP, Minister of State for Care and Support
10.15  am – 10.35 am Questions and discussion
10.35  am – 10.55  am Panel: The vision for integrated health and care
Don Redding, Policy Director, National Voices
Cllr Jonathan Owen, Chair of the Health and Wellbeing Board, East Riding of Yorkshire Council
10.55  am – 11.05 am   Questions and discussion
11.05  am – 11.20 am  Refreshments
11.20  am – 12.00 noon  Panel: The scale of opportunity
Dr Rebecca Rosen, Senior Fellow, Nuffield Trust
Dame Barbara Hakin, Director of Commissioning Development, NHS Commissioning Board
Sarah Pickup, President, ADASS
Jan Sobieraj, Managing Director, NHS Leadership Academy
12.00  noon – 12.15 pm Questions and discussion
12.15 pm – 1.00 pm Lunch
The afternoon programme
1.00 pm – 1.05 pm  Chair's welcome back
1.05 pm – 1.30 pm pm Plenary: Working together to support integrated health and care
Councillor Sir Merrick Cockell, Chairman, LGA
Sir David Nicholson, Chief Executive, NHS Commissioning Board
1.30 pm – 1.40 pm Questions and discussion
1.40 pm – 2.25 pm  Panel: Delivering improved outcomes through integrated ways of working
Professor Steve Field, Chair, NHS Future Forum
Professor David Colin-Thome OBE, Chair, Primary Care Commissioning (PCC) and Independent Healthcare Consultant , DCT Health Consulting Ltd
Benedict Hefford, Tri-borough Director of Commissioning, Social Care and Health, INWL Councils and CCGS
Peter Goldblatt, Deputy Director, Institute of Health Equity, UCL
2.25 pm – 2.45 pm Questions and discussion
2.45 pm – 2.50 pm Chair's closing remarks and introduction to workshops
Councillor David Rogers OBE, Chair, LGA Community Wellbeing Board
2.50 pm – 3.35 pm Workshop Session 1
W1. The secrets of successful joint commissioning (Main room – Bevin Hall)
Sarah Whiting, Managing Director, North West London, Frankie Lynch, Chief Operating Officer, CSU and Benedict Hefford, Tri-borough Director of Commissioning, Social Care and Health, INWL Councils and CCGS
 W2. Working with providers to deliver integrated health & care (Rooms 1 & 2)
Kirklees: Jim Barwick, Director of Transformation, Jackie Ramsay, Programme Manager and Nicola Brennan, Community Matron, Locala Community Partnerships
Wirral: Zoe Campbell, Business Development Lead, Mears, Nikki Aylwad and Sarah Quinn, NHS Wirral
 W3. Aligning resources with joint strategies (rooms 3 & 4)
Michael O'Kane, Drugs Policy Advisor, Department of Health
3.35 pm – 3.45 pm Comfort break and refreshments
3.45 pm – 4.30 pm Workshop Session 2
W4. Putting the patient first – a whole-life approach (Main room – Bevin Hall)
Richard O'Driscoll, Head of Older People's Commissioning, Cambridgeshire County Council, Caroline Humphreys: Programme Lead, NHS Midlands and East, Natasha Burberry, Sector Led Improvement Programme Manager, East of England Adult Social Care
 W5. Delivering sector led improvement and innovation (Rooms 1 & 2)
Sally Burlington, Head of Programmes for Children and Young People, LGA, Steve Fairman, Director of Improvement, Development & QIPP, NHS Commissioning Board and Lynne Winstanley, Director of Delivery, NHS Institute
 W6. Delivering Integrated Children's health services (Rooms 3 & 4)
Tracey Cogan, Deputy Regional Director for Child Health and Wellbeing, NHS Midlands and East, Eugene Staunton, Head of Planning and Redesign, NHS West Suffolk CCG, Carol Carruthers, AD Strategic Commissioning and Service Development and Bronwen Whittaker, Lead Nurse, Suffolk County Council
4.30 pm Conference Close 

Download the programme for this event (PDF, 2 pages, 37KB)

Speakers

  • Norman Lamb MP, Minister of State for Care and Support
  • Dame Barbara Hakin, Director of Commissioning Development, NHS Commissioning Board
  • Sarah Pickup, President, ADASS.
  • Sir David Nicholson, Chief Executive, NHS Commissioning Board
  • Councillor Sir Merrick Cockell, LGA Chairman
  • Professor Steve Field CBE, Chair, NHS Future Forum
  • Don Redding, Policy Director, National Voices
     

Who should attend?

  • CCG, NHS CB and health commissioning leads
  • chief executives
  • council leaders
  • senior directors
  • health and care portfolio holders
  • shadow health and wellbeing board members
  • GPs and service providers.

How to book

Please refer to our terms and conditions of booking situated on the left hand side of the screen. Please complete the online booking form on this page or complete the downloadable booking form.

Download the booking form (PDF, 1 page, 25KB)

Download the record of attendance form (PDF, 1 page, 35KB)

Further information

For further information or any other queries, please contact:
The Events team
Telephone: 020 7664 3131
Email: events@local.gov.uk

For sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, please contact:
Richard Mole
Telephone: 020 7664 3157
Email: richard.mole@local.gov.uk

Special requirements

Due to the pressures on the provision of special requirements, such as BSL interpreters, the LGA will need six weeks' notice to provide this service.


25 October 2012

Key information

  • Date and time:

    29 October 2012 10:00 AM

    Venue:

    London

    Cost(ex VAT):

    LGA members free
    NHS members free
    Others £100.00

Location

Address:

Local Government House, Smith Square, SW1P 3HZ