High level sessions 2020

NAPC Annual Conference 2020 at Best Practice Live 2020. A virtual event. 13th – 15th October


High level sessions

Session 1 – 13th October 2020

Session: 14:00 – 14:30
Q&A: 14:30 – 14:45

Harnessing Technology: A session exploring how technology is improving patient outcomes within a population health approach

  • NAPC Digital Programme – what we are doing and learning to date? including the focus on technology not just digital
  • How can digital transformation support population based health including tackling health inequalities?
  • NHS relationship with commercial sectors – why we need to embrace and how can we / are doing this? Demonstrating we are working with key companies (link Salix PR)


  • Ruth Holt NHSE/I
  • Dr Pooja Sikka Partner, TenX Health 
  • Dr Nav Chana MBE National Primary Care Home Clinical Director, NAPC
  • External Tech Company Lead
  • Provider Lead from 1 of 42 Incubator Sites
  • Matthew Walker NAPC facilitator


Session 2 – 14th October

Session: 14:00 – 14:30
Q&A: 14:30 – 14:45

The People’s Plan, a springboard to success in delivering quality and safe healthcare across care settings:  Discussions will include how to improve workforce, local leadership, system leadership and collective leadership

Improving workforce by understanding patient and community health needs co-designing workforce and functions to support populations and identifying skills capabilities and roles need.

  • People Plan key considerations for healthcare providers including population health tools to inform workforce planning
  • Link to AAR roles and importance of supporting them and consider estates.
  • GPN Care Programme learning and evaluation to date – the system example
  • Developing place based leadership Midlands programme – collective leadership example



Session 3 – 15th October

Session: 14:00 – 14:30
Q&A: 14:30 – 14:45

Health inequalities:  Sharing experiences of working across primary, secondary, local government and community providers to improve health inequalities for local communities

  • Examples from each sector on panel including reflections Covid – 19 what have we learned to inform recovery and transformation in coming months
  • Providers collaborations – what work is happening around the country – hear from Mike, Joe, Chris, Nav
  • What do the changes with PHE mean for health and wellbeing for populations and the community (PHE lead)


  • Dr Nav Chana MBE National PCH Clinical Director
  • Mike Bell
  • Professor Joe Harrison Chief Executive, Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 
  • Chris Hopson
  • Director Public Health or another PHE leader
  • Caroline Taylor GP and Lead, North Halifax Community Wellbeing Partnership Primary Care Home. NAPC panellist and facilitator