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ACJ welcomes you to attend our third thought-provoking seminar in one of the most interesting health and care systems, Manchester, to explore the delivery of integrated care with influential leaders driving reforms across the country.

We are pleased to announce our keynote speaker, Jim Mackey, Chief Executive of Northumbria Heathcare NHS Foundation Trust and former Chief Executive of NHS Improvement.

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. At the heart of a successful integrated care system includes solid leadership and an understanding of the regulatory environment. Our keynote speaker will outline the future of leadership and where regulation in the UK should go to ensure and embed integrated systems for the benefits of their populations.

ACJ seminars offer attendees an exclusive insight to the leading developments in integrated care, as well as the opportunity to engage with other leading stakeholders keen to make their ideas and concerns known at this critical time of health service reform.

  • How far has integrated care progressed in England since the publication of STP plans?
  • How can we improve leadership, relationships and workplace culture in health and care?
  • What does the future look like for prevention and addressing health inequalities in England?
  • What are the barriers to integration and how can they be overcome?
  • How do local government, housing and voluntary organisations fit into the debate?

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.

Event Programme

09:30 Registration and networking

10:00 Chairman’s welcome – Dan Male, Editor of ACJ

10:10 Improving leadership and rationalising regulation – Jim Mackey, Chief Executive of Northumbria Heathcare NHS Foundation Trust and former Chief Executive of NHS Improvement

11:00 Panel Discussion – the Future of the NHS – Chaired by Professor James Kingsland, President National Association of Primary Care (NAPC)

Panellists:

  • Mindy DaeschnerCommercial Director at Doctorlink
  • TBC

11:50 Lunch and networking

12:20 Delivering integrated care systems in practice – workshop with Gerard Hanratty, Partner at Browne Jacobson LLP

13:20 Local Government, housing and health: Where does this fit in integrated care? – Local Government social care representative 

13:40 Wigan: Integrating health with all public sector agencies in neighbourhoods – Donna Hall, Chief Executive of Wigan Council 

14.00 Chairman’s closing remarks – Dan Male, Editor of ACJ

About Jim Mackey

Jim Mackey returned to his substantive role as Chief Executive of the Trust in November 2017, a post he previously held for ten years. He was welcomed back after completing a two-year secondment in a national role as Chief Executive of the NHS Improvement.

Jim successfully oversaw the creation of NHS Improvement, an organisation that brought together the Regulators Monitor and the Trust Development Authority. Responsible for overseeing NHS Trusts, NHS Improvement supports providers to ensure patients are given consistently safe, high-quality compassionate care within local health systems that are financially sustainable.

Previous to his time at Northumbria Healthcare, Jim held a number of senior roles with the NHS, the Regional Office of the Department of Health in Northern and Yorkshire and, prior to that, worked in Local Government.

Bookings & Enquiries

To be invoiced for your delegate space and avoid the Eventbrite online booking fees, please contact Carl Hodgkinson on 01905 330177 or carl.hodgkinson@dorsonwest.com

Sponsorship & Exhibiting Opportunities

To find out more information about how you can sponsor an ACJ seminar, please contact Carl Hodgkinson on 01905 330177 or carl.hodgkinson@dorsonwest.com

 

 

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ISSN Number: 2517-2662

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