IPC Learning Event 2020

In it for the Long Term: Better Health and Care Together

4 - 5 February 2020 – Birmingham

Work is underway to bring about whole systems approaches to health and social care across the UK. Significant legislative changes in all four nations makes clear the government’s expectations for how health and care systems organise themselves to meet the increasingly complex needs of people living with long-term health conditions. Whilst evidence highlights emerging progress and good practice in local systems, challenges nonetheless remain to be addressed, particularly in terms of financial planning, governance and strategic planning arrangements and leadership capacity.

We would like to invite you and a health partner to join us at the next IPC learning event to share the work you and others have been doing at the ‘integration interface’ to work beyond traditional boundaries and deliver:
  • Better Commissioning
  • Better Relationships
  • Better Pathways
  • Better Systems
  • Better Outcomes

Use this timely opportunity to discuss a range of topics and ideas about how you and your health colleagues can work together locally to overcome barriers and improve the relationships and strategic and operational performance needed to drive improvements in health:

  • How can health and social care commissioners support primary and community services to design effective, evidence-based care models and patient pathways to reduce pressure on emergency hospital services?
  • What kind of joint ‘infrastructure’ will ensure a consistent and successful approach to person/patient centred care?
  • What are the most effective leadership approaches to facilitating a system-wide understanding of, and responsibility for, improved health outcomes?
  • How can leaders support innovation, improvement and integrated working?

Similarly to our previous events, we will draw on participants experiences and learning in this area through short “show and tell” presentations, focused discussions and informal networking.

To reserve your place, please complete our online booking form or for further information please contact ipcevents@brookes.ac.uk
 
IPC Partners are entitled to some free and discounted places to attend this event (which includes all meals and accommodation for the night of 4 February). Non IPC Partnership Network members will be charged £275.

To find out how the IPC Partnership Network programmes can provide longer term support to help your team or organisation deliver improvements in health and care please contact Philip Provenzano

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