New Models of Care: Working Together for a Healthy London - 23 March 2016

LVSC (through its constituent membership of Regional Voices) and London for All are holding this free all day conference to consider some of the challenges and opportunities for VCSE and Statutory bodies to work together to design and deliver services to improve the health of Londoners.

Background

The last few years have seen dramatic changes to the way health and social care services are structured and funded. The health needs of the population are changing and growing more complex  and there are increasing scientific and technological opportunities to support patients and their carers.  The NHS’s Five Year Forward View has a key focus on prevention and patient centred interventions but what are the opportunities for the VCS, policy makers and commissioners in terms of co-producing and commissioning new models of care interventions? 

Event Objectives

  • Raise awareness of the opportunities for the VCSE, patient bodies and their members to co-produce and influence health and care policy and initiatives especially relating to the New Models of Care.
  • Provide opportunities for commissioners, including CCGs and policy makers to better understand the work, role and added value of the VCSE in co-producing, designing and delivering services at a local and regional level.
  • Identify the gaps and barriers to effective cross sector working in the design, commissioning and evaluation of services in London
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  • Agree recommendations and actions to enable more effective design, commissioning and evaluation of services in London 
The event is aimed at:
  • Voluntary, community & social enterprise sector (VCSE) organisations;
  • Statutory sector bodies including: Clinical Commissioning Groups, NHS England (including Healthy London Partnership), Public Health England (including London Public Health Knowledge & Intelligence Team),  Vanguards, Integrated Care Pioneers,  London Clinical Senate and Strategic networks, local authorities, public health teams, LHO, London Health Board,Greater London Authority, London Councils, etc;
  • Commissioning Support Units
  • Healthwatches;
  • Academic institutions including Academic Health Science Networks
  • London Funders

 

PLEASE NOTE: In the event of a no-show without 24 hours notice of cancellation, LVSC reserves the right to charge a fee of £50 per person. This is to ensure our administrative, catering and booking costs are covered

23rd March 2016 10:00 AM   to   4:00 PM
166-220 Holloway Road
London Metropolitan University
Great Hall, The Rocket Complex
N7 8DB

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London Voluntary Services Council (LVSC), through its constituent membership of Regional Voices, and London for All are holding a free all-day conference to consider some of the challenges and opportunities for VCSE and Statutory bodies to work together to design and deliver services to improve the health of Londoners.

23 March 2016: 10am–4pm

166-220 Holloway Road, London Metropolitan University, Great Hall, The Rocket Complex N7 8DB

The event is aimed at:

  • Voluntary, community & social enterprise sector (VCSE) organisations;
  • Statutory sector bodies including: Clinical Commissioning Groups, NHS England (including Healthy London Partnership), Public Health England (including London Public Health Knowledge & Intelligence Team),  Vanguards, Integrated Care Pioneers,  London Clinical Senate and Strategic networks, local authorities, public health teams, LHO, London Health Board,Greater London Authority, London Councils, etc;
  • Commissioning Support Units
  • Healthwatches
  • Academic institutions including Academic Health Science Networks
  • London Funders

Background

The last few years have seen dramatic changes to the way health and social care services are structured and funded. The health needs of the population are changing and growing more complex  and there are increasing scientific and technological opportunities to support patients and their carers.  The NHS’s Five Year Forward View has a key focus on prevention and patient centred interventions but what are the opportunities for the VCS, policy makers and commissioners in terms of co-producing and commissioning new models of care interventions? 

Event Objectives

  • Raise awareness of the opportunities for the VCSE, patient bodies and their members to co-produce and influence health and care policy and initiatives especially relating to the New Models of Care.
  • Provide opportunities for commissioners, including CCGs and policy makers to better understand the work, role and added value of the VCSE in co-producing, designing and delivering services at a local and regional level.
  • Identify the gaps and barriers to effective cross sector working in the design, commissioning and evaluation of services in London
  • Agree recommendations and actions to enable more effective design, commissioning and evaluation of services in London

PLEASE NOTE: In the event of a no-show without 24 hours notice of cancellation, LVSC reserves the right to charge a fee of £50 per person. This is to ensure our administrative, catering and booking costs are covered

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