Third sector events sessions


An NAPC event

15.00–17.30 on Wednesday 21 April 

 


We all have a role to play – third sector working with and alongside the NHS

High level sessions

Session 1

NHSE/ I Legislation for Integrated Care Systems – what this means and future for NHS including integration and place based care

  • Overview of NHSE / I Legislation for Integrated Care systems
  • What this means for place based care
  • Impact on transformation, commissioning and budgets
  • Insights for commercial partners and how they continue to bring innovations to NHS

Speakers:

  • Speakers to follow

Session 2

Population Health: A unique approach to understanding the needs of a population and why this is important for commercial and third sector partners

  • Why population health is important to healthcare – good health matters, to individuals and to society.
  • Public health priorities for population health and wellbeing and International learning
  • Implications for leadership and workforce development

Speakers:

  • Speakers to follow

Session 3

Technology in the NHS: 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?
  • The important role of the third sector working alongside the NHS to improve patient pathways and outcomes through technology advances

Speakers:

  • Speakers to follow

Session 4

Partnering with the NHS:  How the partnerships sector can make a positive difference to scale and spread of NHS innovation

  • Greater collaboration between partners in health and care systems will help accelerate progress in meeting the most critical health and care challenges.
  • 3Cse case studies of Successful Partnerships – key insights from partners where success has been achieved working together
  • Opportunity show Investment from partners for innovation
  • Ways to approach this and how its commissioned in NHS

Speakers:

  • Speakers to follow