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The New Care Models for Integrating Health and Social Care through EHCH, PACS & MCPs

Monday 27 March 2017
De Vere West One, London

The New Care Models for Integrating Health and Social Care through EHCH, PACS & MCPs
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This conference will look at how health and social care can successfully integrate through multi-speciality community providers (MCP), primary and acute care systems (PACS) and enhanced health in care homes (EHCH) systems, it is aimed at health and social care leaders involved in the planning of population based healthcare, a concept that should underpin services delivered via multi-speciality community providers (MCP), primary and acute care systems (PACS) and accountable care organisations (ACO) and focuses on how organisations can successfully integrate health and social care practices to give better continuity and consistence in care, reduce readmissions, save costs and improve patient experience. Through national updates and learning from vanguard case studies of new care models, delegates will receive practical information on how they can achieve a solid integrated system within their own organisation and workforce in line with the vision of the Five Year Forward View.

“The new care model vanguards are delivering real change for patients and staff. Working with clinicians and the people who use their services, they are developing a blueprint for the future of NHS and care services across England. They’re being led locally, but with national support to help them move forward at pace and to unlock barriers that get in their way”. Samantha Jones Director - New Care Models Programme NHS England

“Through the new care models programme, complete redesign of whole health and care systems are being considered. This means fewer trips to hospitals with cancer and dementia specialists holding clinics in local surgeries, having one point of call for family doctors, community nurses, social and mental health services, or access to blood tests, dialysis or even chemotherapy closer to home. They are also joining up the often confusing array of A&E, GP out of hours, minor injuries clinics, ambulance services and 111 so that patients know where they can get urgent help easily and effectively, seven days a week.” NEW CARE MODELS: Vanguards - developing a blueprint for the future of NHS and care services September 2016

“Citizens have a right to good health and to live independently for as long as they are able. Unfortunately, too often, the care that some of us receive is poorly joined up, frustrating and we have little say or control over it.” Councillor David Simmonds Chairman, LGA Improvement and Innovation Board

“New care models offer opportunities for providers and local health and care systems to address the medium to long-term challenges facing them. This includes improving people’s experience of care and clinical outcomes, as well as driving productivity. The 5YFV describes new care models that integrate primary care, community care, ambulance services, mental health, acute care and social care, and there are now 50 5YFV vanguards in addition to other local initiatives to deliver more co-ordinated and person-centred care for patients.”

“Effective provider boards are essential to address the immediate and longer-term challenges facing providers and health systems. Providing high quality care requires capable and compassionate leaders across the system to work together: the need for this type of leadership will be greater than ever as areas seek to become more integrated. Increasingly leaders face complex problems in their local health systems that no individual organisation can solve on its own. More ‘place-based’ leaders are needed, who are comfortable with cross-organisational working and are able to manage a multitude of shared and individual organisational goals.” NHS Improvement Business Plan 2016/2017 July 2016

New models of care, including the work of the vanguards, will be key to the delivery of sustainability and transformation plans which are being developed across the country. For the success of new care models to spread and embed in those plans, it boils down to a choice. Do we want to carry on as we are, or work with and learn from others to take control and change? Easy enough to say yes to but in practice it can feel like a mammoth challenge.” Caroline Corrigan, National Workforce Lead with the New Care Models Team, NHS England

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