Commissioners, clinicians, service designers, delivery organisations and system leaders from across health and care (including VCSE and Patient and Public Voice partners). Anyone interested in working to achieve better results for patients and for your local health and care system, through greater collaboration across different groups of stakeholders and sectors. This workshop is particularly focused on primary care networks and social prescribing but the principles will be of interest across any ‘condition’.
Relevant long term plan commitments:
Expanded primary care networks of local GP practices and community team
Commitment to primary care networks helping to improve early diagnosis of patients in their own neighbourhoods by 2023/24
Redesign and reduce pressure on emergency hospital services
An increased focus on population health
What you can expect:
To network with other system leaders, sharing stories of challenges and successes
Input from an expert speaker who has experience of supporting patients with complex needs differently through greater collaboration (e.g. through primary care networks)
An interactive and engaging day, where we will be modelling behaviour and testing out activities and methods that support collaborative leadership and system influence.
Explore drivers and possibilities for doing things differently through greater collaboration – learning from examples and case studies of what works in other areas, particularly focused on primary care networks and the neighbourhood level
Engage in solutions focused activities to unpick what gets in the way of achieving change – focusing on what assets and opportunities exist in your area
Develop greater confidence in their role in making change happen, and better understanding of how to prioritise
Practical tools for working across sectors and stakeholders
Come away with an action plan for taking forward some of today’s ideas
Develop a network of peers to draw on for further and ongoing mutual support
Tap into the expertise of the Building Health Partnerships programme nationally.