Integrated Care: A bold attempt to unite a fractured system?
ICJ welcomes you to attend our thought-provoking seminar in the heart of the West Midlands to explore the delivery of integrated care with influential leaders driving reforms across the region.
From Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) to Integrated Care Partnerships (ICPs) and Accountable Care Organisations (ACOs), reforms are underway in England and health and care professionals need to know what is working.
ICJ seminars offer attendees an exclusive insight to the leading developments in integrated care, as well as the opportunity to engage with other stakeholders keen to make their ideas and concerns known at this critical time of health service reform.
With a focus on the key issues facing the West Midlands; maternal and perinatal mortality, oncology outcomes, children’s health, mental health and delayed discharge rates, reforms must look at how new, integrated care models can address local challenges and deliver improved health outcomes.
14:00 Chairman’s welcome
Stephen Dorrell, chairman, Dorson West
Dan Male, editor, ICJ
14:10 Keynote Speech: Improving health outcomes with integrated care
Sir Bruce Keogh, chairman, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
14:40 Are ACOs the right vehicle for healthcare innovation?
15:30 Looking beyond acute services: The implications of integrated care
16:10 Panel Discussion: What is needed to make integrated care reforms work in the West Midlands?
16:50 Closing remarks
Dan Male, editor, ICJ
17:00 Networking drinks reception
How far has integrated care progressed in the West Midlands since the publication of STP plans?
Who are the leaders in integrated care and how can best practice be shared?
What is the role of local government in the delivery and management of integrated systems of care?
What are the barriers to integration and how can these be overcome?
What is happening with ACOs and could the model work for the West Midlands?
In the fast-paced and ever-changing landscape nationally, it is more important than ever that these questions are addressed with local populations in mind.
- 23 May, 2018 13:45 - 18:00 BST
- Birmingham Repertory Theatre Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2EP See map