Morning, Tuesday, 5th March 2019
Glaziers Hall, 9 Montague Close, London SE1 9DD
THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED
This conference will be a timely opportunity to discuss the next steps for putting the NHS Long Term Plan into practice - looking at funding, integration and next steps for delivery.
It will be an opportunity for stakeholders and policymakers to discuss key issues as NHS England consults with the public, NHS staff and wider stakeholders on implementation, particularly at a local level.
Delegates will assess what will be needed to be put in place, and the roles of different stakeholder groups, in delivering the key aims for efficiency and productivity, engagement, prevention, personalised care, and targets for clinical priorities such as cancer and mental health - as well as what further steps might be necessary to help transform health and social care over the next decade.
Attendees will also discuss priorities for utilising the £20bn funding for the NHS confirmed by the recent Budget - and the seminar comes as the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care announces extra funding of £1bn to upgrade NHS facilities, with a focus on improving access to care locally.
The agenda looks at policy coordination and how the goals within the long term plan for the NHS can be aligned with the full workforce strategy for health and care and the social care Green Paper, both due out shortly.
The seminar also comes as the Government publishes Prevention is better than cure, which sets out the vision to increase healthy life expectancy by five extra years by 2035.
Discussion will consider what more could be done to integrate health and social care, following the recent publication of the Public Accounts Committee report on the interface between health and social care, which called for a separate plan for social care as a counterpart to the long term plan for the NHS.
Further sessions focus on the developing role of Integrated Care Systems in joining up care as they are tasked with delivering improvements locally - as well as key issues for ensuring engagement with patients, the public and staff working in the health and care system.