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Primary Care and System Transformation Feature Zone Guide Find out the latest about integrated care systems and the development of primary care networks, with theatre sessions, presentations and activities on the zone. Our health and care needs are changing. People are living longer; new medicines and technologies are being discovered and more of us are living with long-term conditions such as diabetes and asthma. We need a health and care service that understands these increasingly complex needs and can treat us as individuals. The NHS Long Term plan sets out ambitious plans to address these challenges including the development of integrated care systems and the implementation of primary care networks.

Camellia Vale The Primary Care and System Transformation zone at Expo represents a fictional neighbourhood called “Camellia Vale”. Visit the different areas of this town and you will hear from a wide variety of people from across the country including GPs, clinicians, system leaders and NHS staff. You will learn about why health and care partnerships across the country are coming together to join up services to improve people’s health and what practical improvements they have already made. You will also find out all there is to know about primary care networks and why they are central to the delivery of integrated care and at the heart of all successful integrated care systems.

Camellia Vale Information Centre Visit the information centre at the heart of the town to talk to colleagues about integrated care and primary care networks. You can get answers to your questions and be directed to the relevant places in the neighbourhood where you can learn about topics that interest you. You can also pick up copies of case studies and background information and sign up to our Future Health and Care Bulletin.

Camellia Vale Community Café In the community café there’s lots to do and learn over the two days. A highlight of some of the activities • A graphic artist depicting what primary care networks are all about • Sew your own NHS Rainbow badges • Speak to Roche diabetes about their work on eating well to support diabetes • Hear from the Fleetwood Community Choir Wednesday, 12-1pm • Get involved in community asset mapping (with young people from the Recorders Academy capturing this) Wednesday, from 3pm • Speak to social prescribers about how and why social prescribing is being implemented in PCNs and the activities that support patients Thursday morning • Find out about a GPs work with different communities Thursday morning • Speak to Wellsbourne Healthcare CIC about why they chose the CIC route and the difference of working this way Thursday, from 1pm

Brunch sponsored by Roche Diabetes Wednesday 4 September 11.15am - 12pm Join us for brunch in the Community Café, hosted by the zone sponsors Roche Diabetes, to network with colleagues and find out more about our work.

Camellia Vale Community Theatre The community theatre will host a variety of speaker sessions where you can learn about different topics and take part in a Q&A. See full timetable below.

Day 1 - Wednesday 4 September 2019 09.30 - 10.00

What is a primary care network? Primary care networks (PCNs) aim to support local areas to work better together, linking with the voluntary sector and secondary care, providing more joined up care for patients as well as developing the workforce and improving staff satisfaction. Find out more about PCNs and hear from example PCNs from across the country. • Will Owen, Clinical Fellow, NHS England and Improvement (Chair) • Dr Stephanie Coughlan, Clinical Lead for Neighbourhoods City & Hackney, GP Principal • Ben Scott, Advanced nurse practitioner and Clinical Director, Doncaster South PCN • Thomas Wyatt, GP and Clinical Director, Wirral 10.30 - 11.00

Using population health data and analytics to improve care in practice (Leeds and Dorset) Hear from Leeds on how clinicians used data to find people living with frailty in their population and provide more holistic care; and Dorset on how PCNs used data to identify their own focus areas – in frailty, diabetes and COPD – and target new care models for each. • Gina Davy, Head of Programme Delivery, System Integration. Leeds CCG • Dr Karen Kirkham, ICS Clinical Lead and Assistant Clinical Chair, Dorset CCG 12.00 - 12.30

Neighbourhood leadership in a nascent Primary Care Network Dr Hannah Morgan will talk about the role of leaders at a neighbourhood level, based on her experience as a GP and PCN Clinical Director. The session will focus on the leadership skills needed to bring people and partners together to work in new ways, and how leaders at all levels could become better connected at neighbourhood, place and system levels. • Dr Hannah Morgan, Clinical Director, Hayling Island and Emsworth PCN

13.00 - 13.30

Large scale service change - getting reconfiguration right South Tyneside and Sunderland will present the lessons learnt from the first part of their large-scale service change programme, Path to Excellence (PtE). Having recently successfully defended a Judicial Review and referral to the Independent Reconfiguration Panel (IRP), they will discuss the key challenges in delivering large-scale service change as well as how to overcome them. • Jill Simpson, Programme Manager, Clinical Strategy, NHS England and Improvement • Patrick Garner, Path to Excellence Programme Manager, South Tyneside & Sunderland NHS FT • Matt Brown, Executive Director of Operations, South Tyneside CCG 14.45 - 15.15

Lessons learned in diabetes which can be applied to other LTCs (sponsored by Roche Diabetes) Join Dr Jeorg Simon from Germany to learn more from a best practice example on using a data management software in a diabetes care environment of a European market. He will explore the value of data to diabetes management in primary care and how the use of digital data management effects patient outcomes. • Dr. Jeorg Simon, 1st Chairman of the Hessen Med; Certified clinical trial investigator GCP 15.45 - 16.15

Home is where the health is: partnership approaches to better living Poor quality housing affects our health and wellbeing, is estimated to cost the NHS £1.4 billion per year and puts further pressure on social care. But around the country, the health service is teaming up with charities, local authorities and the private sector in partnerships that are tackling housing problems head on. This session will explore some of the lessons learned from two exciting projects. • Petra Davies, Primary Care Commissioning Manager, Greater Nottingham • Chris Viner, Head of Managed Services, Eon Energy • Craig Porter, Managing Director South CCG at Staffordshire 16.45 - 17.15

How can primary care networks support patients with cardiovascular health conditions? Join Dr Matt Kearney and Dr Raj Patel to hear about how PCNs can support the detection and management of high-risk conditions, such as patients with cardiovascular health conditions and stroke. • Dr Matt Kearney, National Clinical Director for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention • Dr Raj Patel, Deputy National Medical Director for Primary Care, NHS England and Improvement and GP

Camellia Vale Community Theatre The community theatre will host a variety of speaker sessions where you can learn about different topics and take part in a Q&A. See full timetable below.

Day 2 - Thursday 5 September 2019 09.30 - 10.00

The importance of primary care networks Hear from Frimley Health and Care integrated care system on the importance of primary care networks within their system. There are 14 primary care networks which have been established in the ICS since 1 July to bring together groups of practices, in partnership with community services, social care and other providers of health and care services. • Fiona Edwards, Frimley Health and Care ICS Lead 10.30 - 11.00

Turning the corner on integration - high impact actions on integration learning outcomes Support the planning, commissioning and delivery of coordinated person-centred care. Learn about the Integration Logic Model from the Social Care Institute for Excellence. This session will bring together the evidence base and practice guidance on what good integrated care looks like. • Paul Burstow, Chair, Social Care Institute for Excellence • Fiona Russell, Senior Adviser, Care and Health Improvement Programme, LGA • Deborah Rozanky, Associate, Social Care Institute for Excellence 11.30 - 12.00

Delivering integrated care - how to get the system and financial architecture right Getting the system and financial architecture right is essential to support system development, integrated models of care and improve population outcomes. This session will explore how systems can approach enablers including governance, system financial management and commissioning to deliver better decision making and use of resources. • James Ilott, Deputy Head, Financial Architecture, NHS England and Improvement • Gary Raphael, Finance Director, Lancashire and South Cumbria ICS

12.30 - 13.00

Transforming how we collaborate for success the journey in Surrey Heartlands ICS Surrey Heartlands ICS share their integration journey, with a focus on how they are developing system leadership through the Surrey 500 programme and exploring new partnerships with industry. Their co-designed leadership programme will see 500 leaders across the health and care system, including community partners, work together to become catalysts for change and action. • Sarah Parker, Director of Transformation and Surrey Heartlands’ Academy, Surrey Heartlands ICS 13.30 - 14.00

Supporting and developing your primary care network workforce As well as improving primary care for patients, primary care networks will look to strengthen the workforce and introduce new roles into primary care, as well as develop those already in post. Dr Will Owen will host this session where we hear from a range of clinicians working in PCNs from across the country. • Chair: Will Owen, Clinical Fellow, NHS England and Improvement • Juliet Bell, Pharmacist, PCN • Dr Mufeed Ni’Man, GP, Dorset 14.15 - 14.45

Using population health data and analytics to improve care in practice (Berkshire West and Lancashire and South Cumbria) Hear from Berkshire West on how they are developing the way organisations work together around segments identified through a PHM approach; and Lancashire and South Cumbria on how they have brought together the three ‘p’s: primary care networks, personalisation and PHM. • Eleanor Garnett-Bentley, Associate Director Transformation, Lancashire and South Cumbria, Consultant Public Health, Healthier Lancashire South Cumbria ICS • Katie Summers, PHM SRO Berkshire West, CIO Berkshire West • Dr Dan Alton, Executive Clinical Lead for the Berkshire West GP Alliance 15.00 - 15.30

How Citizens Panels can bring communities and decision makers together Gain an insight into how using Citizens Panels as part of your wider engagement strategy can increase citizens’ engagement. Colleagues from Derbyshire and Devon will share their experience and learning from this new approach and discuss how citizens panels can create a shift in patient and public involvement and how they have helped make involvement more inclusive, reducing the risk of the unconscious bias and ensuring a greater balance of the views. • Nicola Bonas, Deputy Head of Communications and Engagement, Devon CCG • Karen Richie, Head of Joined up Care, Derbyshire • Jonathan Sewell, Strategic Engagement Manager, Devon Clinical Commissioning Group

Presentation Area Come along to the presentation space to hear informal talks from colleagues about various topics related to primary care networks.

Day 1 - Wednesday 4 September 2019

Day 2 - Thursday 5 September 2019

10.00 - 11.00

10.00 - 11.00

Learning from a region - the London offer • Dr Jonty Heaversedge, Medical Director for Primary Care & Digital Transformation

The roll out of ‘Pride in Practice’ in Greater Manchester, how to make primary care services more LGBT+ inclusive

12.00 - 13.00

• Aimee Linfield, LGBT Foundation, Michael Brady, National Advisor, LGBT Health

GP Nurse career development and the benefits it brings to the practice, PCN, nurses and patients • Kat Dalby-Walsh, PCN clinical director

13.00 - 14.00

Demonstrating the value of working differently with communities - an example of work with a Portuguese Community • Dr Vikesh Sharma, GP and Clinical Director

12.00 - 13.00

How are PCNs supporting and developing the nursing workforce • Ben Scott, Advanced nurse practitioner and Clinical Director, Doncaster South PCN

13.00 - 14.00

Working with your local communities

15.00 - 16.00

• Louise Keighley, Senior Commissioning Manager, Bradford City and Districts CCGs

How can PCNs support patients with learning disabilities and autism

14.00 - 15.00

• Dr Jean O’Hara, Consultant Psychiatrist (SLaM) & National Clinical Director for Learning Disabilities

Supporting mental wellbeing through technology

16.00 - 17.00

• Sasha Bhat, Head of commissioning (mental wellbeing), Bradford & Craven

Collaborative Practice: Providing leaders in primary care with the practical tools, skills, mindset and behaviours to work in strong collaborative relationships in their PCNs • Alyson McGregor, National Director, Altogether Better

15.00 - 16.00

Pilot programmes in primary care - social workers in primary care and community pharmacy PCN leads • Dr Stephanie Coughlan, GP and Clinical Director, City and Hackney

Camellia Vale General Practice

Camellia Vale Community Garden

The General Practice represents part of a primary care network and the different roles found within PCNs. Our GP Practice is split into three consultation rooms where you can hear from different professionals and learn more about primary care networks.

In the community garden you can come and meet colleagues from the Population Health Management (PHM) team along with GPs who will be discussing the PHM Academy (a learning resource) and sharing best practice around PHM. You can also speak to the team about the HSSF procurement framework.

In room one the Roche Diabetes team will be on hand to talk to delegates about how technology can support clinicians in looking after their patients. In room two colleagues from the nationals PCN team will be on hand to talk all things PCN. On Thursday afternoon you will also be able to talk to colleagues about integrating pharmacy into primary care networks. In room three on Wednesday you can catch some of our PCN clinical directors who have spoken in the community theatre to discuss their work in more detail. On Thursday speak to the national team about the PCN Development Prospectus in the morning, and in the afternoon have a conversation with GPs working in deprived areas who have come together to support their communities.

Camellia Vale General Practice

Camellia Vale Avenue Gym Visit the home on Camellia Vale Avenue which has been designed to represent the move to care from within the community. This area will showcase the different ways in which patients can access care in the community or manage their own health at home. Roche diabetes will also be on hand to showcase their self-care Diabetes app.

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Primary Care and System Transformation feature Zone - NHS Expo 2019  

Find out the latest about integrated care systems and the development of primary care networks, with theatre sessions, presentations and act...

Primary Care and System Transformation feature Zone - NHS Expo 2019  

Find out the latest about integrated care systems and the development of primary care networks, with theatre sessions, presentations and act...