The Keynote Theatre
Your home for lively debates delivered by senior figures from Providers, CCGs, Primary Care and Local Authorities to address system-wide challenges and what they are doing to overcome them.
Expect sessions such as:
- Keynote Debate: The Future of Adult Social Care - the Big Unanswered Questions
- Winter Pressures: How do we up our game for 2018/19?
Transformation In Action Theatres 1 & 2
A highly practical look at some of the priority areas where change needs to happen at scale and pace and how to deliver this at a granular level.
Conference Streams: Reducing Delayed Transfers of Care, Finance and Efficiency, Scaling and Spreading New Care Models, Prioritising Patient Safety in Tough Times, CCG Mergers and Collaboration Masterclass, Next Steps for General Practice, Prevention and Population Health, Rising to the Workforce Challenge and Relieving Pressure on Hospitals.
STP & ICS Hub
A hotspot for engaging in some really intensive, interactive learning around the complexities of developing STPs and ICSs.
Improving Care Pathways
Focuses on a number of high-cost care pathways. Looking at how substantial savings have been made through service redesign involving collaboration between commissioners and providers.
Conference Streams: Respiratory, Diabetes, Oncology, CVD and Mental Health.
Tackle challenges of stretched care plans, isolated staff, high staff turnover and more. Key sessions are:
- Getting involved in transformation - how STPs and social care can work together
- Improving commissioning – how can we work together to promote sustainability?
- There is a close relationship between NICE guidance, CQC inspections and raising quality in home care provision.
- What are the hallmarks of ‘outstanding’ care? Two case studies
- Achieving and sustaining high quality care
- Managing Brexit – how can care businesses plan for leaving the EU
Residential & Nursing Care Theatre
Dedicated strategies and action plans to help the running of a successful care home & nursing home. Insightful topics covered include:
- Improving care – the learning points from the Government’s New Care Models
- Market dynamics – how to respond to change and raise quality
- Sources of finance for social care businesses – what’s fundable, and what’s available?
- Making the most of an ageing society – being business ready • Dementia Friendly Communities -how can commissioners and providers take the initiative?
- Residential & Nursing Care Theatre
Expert led discussion that will help you run a successful care business long-term.
- Leadership – What Really Works Best For A Care Environment?
- The benefits/purpose of motion-activated projections for those living in care
- Recruiting and Retaining Staff in 2018 – 5 Things You’re Probably Not Doing
Digital Theatres 1, 2 & 3
Explore cutting-edge innovation from across the sector and hear from digital leaders who have challenged existing practice, adopted ground breaking technologies and re-engineered lean and effective solutions across the UK and beyond.
INFRASTRUCTURE AND DATA SECURITY
Developing an adaptable and strong infrastructure for NHS and Social Care organisations underpins efficiencies and improved service moving towards a paperless 2020. We will investigate the progress on cross sector pilots, city as a service, email and wifi roll-outs, whilst considering both the huge
opportunity and challenge in capturing, safely managing, sharing and storing increasingly vast and valuable patient data records in the light of new EU regulation and the threat of cyber-attacks.
DATA ANALYTICS AND POPULATION HEALTH
With huge progress in machine learning and Artificial Intelligence, data capture and data analytics has taken a front seat role in driving improved outcomes in healthcare. As new models of care systems are debated and refined, we hear how the intelligent use of data is already changing the way we treat Diabetes, Heart Failure, and Cancer and improving our approaches to preventative health, including exercise and smoking cessation.
INTEGRATION AND INTEROPERABILITY
Increasing health care capabilities and huge technology improvements coupled with decreased capacity and funding, mean services and systems need to align to reduce duplication and errors to improve patient safety and patient outcomes. We explore the challenges faced by Primary Care/CCG, Local Authority, Hospital Trust and City-wide initiatives that are driving integrated health and social care delivery, looking at true benefits of interoperability.
IPC Theatre 1 & 2
Supports nurses, doctors and infection prevention and control professionals looking for solutions to prevent infection and improve care.