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London Health 2011
15 Nov 2011
Transitions - into the new world. One Day Management Conference & Exhibition. To be held at the Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London, N

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London Health 2011 is the largest one-day event bringing together the capital’s healthcare community to share learning, showcase best practice, stimulate innovation and embrace the unique challenges and exciting opportunities that London presents.

This event places a spotlight on the huge reform process taking place in healthcare and sets out how the capital is responding.

Programme
09:30
Claudia Hammond, Presenter, All in the Mind, BBC Radio 4, Health Check, BBC World Service and BBC World News TV
Welcome from conference Chair

09:35
Rt Hon Simon Burns MP, Minister of State for Health
The challenge for healthcare in the capital

09:55
Dr Anne Rainsberry, Deputy Chief Executive, NHS London; Director of People and Organisational Development and Cluster Chief Executive, North West London
Getting London ready for 2013

10:15
Health improvement in London: The challenges ahead
London Health Improvement Board; Local Health and Wellbeing boards. Jon Rouse, Chief Executive, London Borough of Croydon Pam Chesters, Mayoral Advisor for Health and Families

10:55
Refreshments, exhibition and networking
11:25
Panel debate: Responding to demographic change - inspiring people through challenging times
Dr Michelle Drage, Chief Executive, Londonwide LMCs; Joint Chair, Londonwide GP Commissioning Council; Jon Rouse, Chief Executive, London Borough of Croydon; Dr Ian Basnett, Director of Public Health, NHS East London & City

11:50
Harnessing the information revolution
Tim Kelsey Information and Public Services Lead, McKinsey & Company

12:05
London GP and Clinical Commissioning
Dr Howard Freeman GP, Joint Medical Director, NHS SW London; Joint Associate Medical Director, Primary & Community Care for NHS London; Chair, Londonwide GP Commissioning Council. Finding the right path as a pathfinder Dr Joanne Medhurst GP, Joint Managing Director and Director of Service Redesign, Bexley Care Trust.

12:30
Professor Derek Bell, Chair in Acute Medicine, Imperial College London
The interface between acute hospitals and GPs/community care

12:45
Professor Lord Layard, Director, Wellbeing Programme, Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics (LSE)
Happiness and wellbeing

12:55
Questions and discussion: Session 2
13:10
Lunch, exhibition and networking
14:10
Masterclass 1: Public health and wellbeing
Sponsored by: Continua Health Alliance Chair: Paul Plant, Deputy Regional Director for London, Department of Health Exploiting the teachable moment - harnessing hospitals to deliver public health: Dr Adrian Tookman, Divisional Director, Specialist Services, Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust; Local government’s new responsibilities for health and wellbeing: Judith Hendley, Head of Health and Adult Services, London Councils; Doing more with less: the power of crowd sourcing to promote health: Petra Wilson, Senior Director, Cisco, Secretary General, Continua Health Alliance Eurpoe; Generating a 2012 health legacy Hilary Ross, 2012 Programme Director, NHS London.

14:11
Masterclass 2: Care pathway innovation
Chair: Michael Wilson, Programme Director, London Health Programmes Redesigning mental health acute care to deliver 30% bed reductions: Dr Sylvia Tang, Medical Director, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust Patient pathway co-ordinator model and transformation at NUHT: Dr Mike Gill, Medical Director, Newham University Hospital NHS Trust Breaking the mould of commissioning: reducing TB rates in London: Dr William Lyn, Acting Chief Executive, Consultant in Infectious Diseases, Ealing Hospital; Clinical Director for Tuberculosis, London Health Programmes

14:12
Masterclass 3: Integrated working
Sponsored by: NHS Shared Business Services Chair: Dr David Chilvers, Chief Executive, NHS Innovations London Working together with complex clients: Lord Victor Adebowale CBE, Chief Executive, Turning Point; Delivering highly co-ordinated and patient-centered care: Dr Mohammed Aumran Tahir, GP, Barlby Road Surgery, Kensington; Co-Director, North West London Integrated Care Pilot; Scott Hamilton, Operations Director, North West London Integrated Care Pilot. The effective migration of care into the home for improved patient outcomes: Dr David Chilvers, Chief Executive, NHS Innovations London Ltd; Towards service excellence - supporting care pathways implementation for clinical commissioners: John Neilson, Chief Executive, NHS Shared Business Services; Sally Gorham, Director, The Gorham Partnership.

14:13
Masterclass 4: Information revolution
Sponsored by: BT Chair: Dr Phil Koczan, Clinical Director of Informatics, NHS London Community virtual wards Community Virtual Wards: Dr Seth Rankin, GP and Clinical Lead, Wandsworth Community Virtual Wards; A new public online service for general practice in London: Jane Barnacle, Head of Quality and Director of Information Revolution Project, NHS London; Integration of information and dynamic performance reporting for community services: Mary Currie, Director, Innovation, Business Development & Performance; Julie Price, Head of Performance and Business Development; Keith Apperley, Technical Support Manager, North East London Foundation Trust (South West Essex Community Services); London 2012: are you ready?: Ian Cowles, Vice-President, UK Business Development, BT Health.

14:14
Masterclass 5: Long term conditions
Chair:John Murray, Director, The London Health Forum Looking at diabetes through the eyes of individual users: Raheel Mohammed, Director, Maslaha Long term mental health conditions – lessons for primary and specialist mental health care: Dr Gabriel Ivbijaro, Chair, Waltham Forest Federated GP Commissioning Consortia; Chair of Expert Panel, London Health Programmes: Long Term Mental Health Conditions Company: Dr Martin Baggaley, Medical Director, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust The demographic time-bomb of dementia; transforming commissioning to deliver quality of care: Dr Geraldine Strathdee, Associate Medical Director for Mental Health, NHS London Dr Paul Russell, GP Dementia Lead for Outer North East London, London Dementia Care and Prescribing Project

15:20
Refreshments, exhibition and networking
15:50
Richard Humphries, Senior Fellow in Social Care, The King's Fund
Towards intergrated care

16:05
The patient perspecitive
James Munro, Head of Research and Development, Patient Opinion.

16:25
Panel debate: Challenges in developing the new health and social care ecosystem
Professor Martin Marshall, Clinical Director and Director of Research & Development, The Health Foundation; Sir Stephen Bubb, Chief Executive, Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO); Chair, Choice and Competition Panel, NHS Future Forum; Professor David Welbourn, Associate Director, The Centre for Better Managed Health and Social Care, Cass Business School, City University; Doug Patterson, Chief Executive, London Borough of Bromley.

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