12th & 13th November 2019

Event Agenda Day 2

Event Agenda

08:15 - 08:30

Coffee & Networking Break

Coffee & Networking Break

08:30 - 08:50

Nick Broughton, Chief Executive
Nick Broughton
Chief Executive
Southern Health NHS FT

Leading Sustainable Change

Nick will outline the approach that Southern Health have adopted to implement and deliver an organisational wide transformation programme.

08:50 - 09:10

Anne Brierley, Director SWL Acute Provider Collaborative
Anne Brierley
Director SWL Acute Provider Collaborative
Kingston Hospital NHS FT

Simple, Smart and Sustainable

Croydon Health Services, Epsom & St Helier University Hospital, Kingston Hospital NHSFT & St George’s Universities Hospitals NHSFT are 4 acute hospital Trusts who collaborate to improve patient care. Their values are “Simple, Smart, Sustainable” and they achieve better outcomes – clinical, operational and financial - by working together.

By using quality improvement methodologies to enable staff innovation and service improvement, so far they have achieved:

  • Two joint services (elective orthopaedics and pathology)
  • Joint Referral Unit for all specialities
  • Collaborative staff bank

The Trust is now working on five clinical pathways, a recruitment hub and a shared procurement service.

09:10 - 09:30

Steve Grange, Executive Director of Strategic and Commercial Development
Steve Grange
Executive Director of Strategic and Commercial Development
Midlands Partnership NHS FT
Colin Anderson, Head of Strategic Marketing
Colin Anderson
Head of Strategic Marketing
Midlands Partnership NHS FT

STREAM ONE - Integrated Care

The presentation will outline the steps our Mental Health Trust took to merge with a Community Trust, which accelerated our ambition to deliver integrated care as part of the NHS plan. The new Trust is now 12 months old and has established relationships and new Care Models, working with General Practice and Primary Care, including the new Primary Care Networks. Some of the lessons learned and partnership arrangements we have established have helped us to develop a new strategy that supports local integration and delivery of the strategic asks within the long term plan.

09:15 - 09:35

Jaqueline Bean, Associate Director of Informatics and Clinical Coding
Jaqueline Bean
Associate Director of Informatics and Clinical Coding
Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS FT
Frank Jacobs, Head of Data Quality
Frank Jacobs
Head of Data Quality
Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS FT

STREAM TWO - The Informatics Strategy for the RSCH

The vision for the Trust is a central informatics team and function providing real-time (where possible) holistic information for the entire Trust with complete and accurate data. This will enable decision making, improve health outcomes, manage performance and optimise financial investment.

The Informatics strategy has been developed to support the vision, key to this is designing and developing a data warehouse and business intelligence solution to keep pace with the demands for better information around care and the supporting processes. One focus is to provide clinical staff and others with easy to use insightful and interactive reporting to continuously evaluate their service provision and effectiveness to improve our service and care.

09:40 - 10:00

Solution Provider Case Study

10:05 - 10:25

Solution Provider Case Study - Stream 1/2/3/4

10:25 - 10:55

Efficiency Brunch

Topic led roundtables around efficiency challenges in your organisation

Efficiency Brunch

11:00 - 12:00

Business Meetings

Business Meetings

12:00 - 12:20

Mahmood Adil, Medical Director
Mahmood Adil
Medical Director
NHS National Services Scotland

From Stethoscope to Datascope - improving services and outcomes

This presentation will cover:

  • The importance of routinely collected NHS data for clinicians
  • Models of changing data into actionable intelligence
  • Building capability among clinical workforce to comprehend and utilise intelligence for improving outcomes and services
  • Example of best practice from UK and USA
  • Partnership among industry, academia and health service to create value from health data

12:20 - 12:40

Sean Craig, Head of Technology, NHS. UK
Sean Craig
Head of Technology, NHS. UK
NHS Digital

Autonomy, Mastery, Purpose and Happier Teams

A discussion about experiences trying to build happy, high performing teams. The tools,
the techniques, the successes & the failures. Drawing on concepts, tools and techniques from Daniel Pink’s “Drive”, Nicole Forsgren & Gene Kim’s “Accelerate” and Jurgen Appelo’s “Managing for Happiness”. My experiences are based in digital teams but would be interesting to compare teams from different settings.

12:40 - 13:00

Matthew Winn, Chief Executive
Matthew Winn
Chief Executive
Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust

Multiagency Work in Luton Focusing on the Frailest Local Residents

Local GP’s, the Luton and Dunstable Hospital, Luton Council; Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust and Luton CCG have been working for two years to re-design how support for frail older people can move from being reactive to proactive. Using full system partner data; population segmentation; daily refreshed acute data and a new model of community support. Partners are now working to support local residents with moderate frail needs. At the end of 2019/20, partners expect to see a flattened increase of acute admissions and enter into a three way risk share between the community provider, acute hospital and CCG – thereby sharing clinical and financial risk together. Matthew Winn, CEO of Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust and Director of Community healthcare at NHS England/improvement will discuss their approach; lessons learnt and challenges in developing this way of working.

13:00 - 13:10

Chair’s closing remarks

13:10 - 13:25

Coffee & Networking Break

Coffee & Networking Break

13:10 - 14:10

Networking Lunch

Networking Lunch