NHS RightCare features heavily at this year’s Health + Care, on 27-28 June 2018 at ExCel London. This includes taking part in an engaging panel discussion in the Keynote Theatre and in a number of informative and thought-provoking sessions in the Improving Care Pathways Theatre.
The main focus of the event is on the delivery of cultural, service, system and digital transformation that is essential to securing the future of health and social care systems.
Visit the NHS RightCare Stand N30
NHS RightCare has a joint stand at the event in collaboration with Getting It Right First Time and the NHS Elective Care Transformation Programme. The cohesive aim of these three complementary programmes is to provide full system patient care to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients and securing the most efficient use of resources to create a sustainable NHS. Each programme is clinically-led, and together they help identify opportunities to reduce unwarranted variation, aiming to remove barriers to care, across all local health and social care economies in England.
Visit the stand (N30) to find out more about the programmes and the RightCare approach to tackle unwarranted variation and improve health and outcomes.
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NHS RightCare’s sessions at Health + Care
Healthcare Keynote Theatre
NHS RightCare will be featured in a lively discussion in the key note theatre on Wednesday 27 June at 3pm ‘Maximising Efficiency in the NHS: 100 Weeks To Save £20+ Billion…Can We Do It?’ Speakers are:
- Professor Nick Harding, Senior Medical Advisor, NHS England for the Primary Care Integrated Care Systems, Chair, Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG
- Mario Varela, Managing Director, NHS London Procurement Partnership
- Sir Robert Naylor, National Advisor NHS Property & Estates, Robert Naylor Consulting LTD
- Prof Tim Briggs, Chair, GIRFT, National Director of Clinical Quality and Efficiency, NHS Improvement
- Luke Edwards, Director of Sector Development, NHS Improvement
This session will include a brief update on five of the key efficiency programmes going on in the NHS, including key actions from Sir Robert Naylor’s review of NHS Estates, Carter, GIRFT, NHS RightCare and the shake-up of the national procurement system. The panel will then discuss whether these programmes combined with other national and local efforts will be enough to return the NHS to a more sustainable footing and what further urgent action is needed to close the growing funding gaps facing both the health and social care system.
For more information: Maximising Efficiency in the NHS: 100 Weeks to save £20+ Billion… Can We Do It?
Improving Care Pathways Theatre
NHS RightCare is featured in informative sessions hosted in the improving care pathways theatre across both days:
Wednesday 27 June at 9:10am – Reducing Mortality, Emergency Admissions and Costs in COPD through the NHS RightCare Pathway
Mike Morgan, National Clinical Director Respiratory at NHS England, is leading a session that will examine COPD including practicalities and likely impacts of taking a more integrated, population-based approach to commissioning COPD through the NHS RightCare pathway.
Wednesday 27 June at 11:30am – Transforming Diabetes Outcomes through NHS RightCare
- Vittoria Polito, Pathways Lead, NHS RightCare
- Robin Hewings, Head of Policy, Knowledge and Insight , Diabetes UK
- Dr Jennifer Smith FRCP FFPH, Programme Director (Diabetes Prevention), Public Health England
Part of the session will explore the Diabetes pathway which allows commissioners to think about their existing diabetes service and compare it with an optimal diabetes service. It will provide guidance for commissioners about the scale of improvements that could be delivered through optimization of local pathways.
Thursday 28 June at 10am – Improving CVD Outcomes in areas where there is High Prevalence
- Chris Richmond, RightCare Hot Housing Implementation Lead, NHS England
- Helen Williams, Consultant Pharmacist for Cardiovascular Disease
- Dr Matt Kearney, National Clinical Director for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention, NHS England
- Dr Mel Roche, Public Health Consultant, Cheshire and Merseyside Public Health Collaborative Support Team (Champs)
- Dr Ifeoma Onyia, Public Health Consultant, Cheshire and Merseyside Public Health Collaborative Support Team (Champs)
Attend this session to Learn how to implement a Blood pressure Strategy using community pharmacy and for an overview of the Healthy Hearts Campaign including what results organisations can expect to see, what problems might be experienced and how to scale it from a CCG footprint to something larger to increase the impact.
For more information: Improving CVD Outcomes in areas where there is High Prevalence