NAPC Primary Care Zone
Programme: Day 1 (19 June)
9:30 – 9:45 Live feed from Confed19 main stage: Day one welcome address
Speaker: Niall Dickson CBE, Chief Executive, NHS Confederation.
10:00 – 11:00 Building collaboration around population health
Working together across primary and community health services with the shared aim of redesigning services to improve population health is central to NHS England’s Long Term Plan. It is also at the heart of NAPC’s primary care home model, which is an advanced primary care network. This session will explore how to make it happen, overcome the challenges and look at the difference it can make for patients, staff and the health system.
Speakers: Dr Nav Chana , Joint National PCH Clinical Director, NAPC (panel chair), Dr Peter Aitken, Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, and Director of Research and Development and Medical Education at Devon Partnership NHS Trust, Dr Caroline Taylor, GP and Lead, North Halifax Community Wellbeing Partnership Primary Care Home, Matthew Winn, Director of Community Health, NHS England and Chief Executive, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, and Peter Edwards, Partner, Capsticks.
11:15 – 12:00 – Integrated care in practice
The session will provide insight into Centene’s experience of integrating care including the people, processes and technology required to achieve success. We will focus on providing an overview of the ICS framework which underpins Centene UK’s approach to integration and describes what needs to be in place for an integrated system to function effectively. The benefits of managing integration capabilities in functions that sit separately from provider services will be explored.
Speaker: Sam Jones, CEO/President, Centene UK
12:30 – 13:15 Drop-in clinic (during lunchtime)
A chance to stop by the primary care zone and gain advice from experts from NAPC, Centene UK and Capsticks (with NHS Resolution).
13:30 – 14:25 Acute and primary care sector – a common purpose
Increased integration of primary and secondary care is demonstrating benefits for both patients and the wider system. The next step is a focus on the broader population health needs. This session will explore the opportunities and challenges for primary care and acute organisations to work more collaboratively. Panel members will highlight examples of successful collaboration between the two sectors including partnership working within primary care homes which are advanced primary care networks.
Speakers: John Pope CBE, Chief Executive, NAPC (panel chair), Hadley Beeman, Chief Technology Adviser for the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Niall Dickson CBE, Chief Executive, NHS Confederation, Dr James Morrow, GP and Lead, Granta Primary Care Home, Susan Acott, CEO, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust, Tony Spotswood, former CEO, Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Sam Jones, CEO/President Centene UK
14:30 – 15:15 Improving population health
Speakers: Dr Nav Chana, Joint National PCH Clinical Director, NAPC, and Sam Jones, CEO/President Centene UK.
17:25 – 18:00 Live feed from Confed19 main stage: Keynote address
Speaker: Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England.