Integrated care seminar: Prevention and the patient pathway
Accountable Care Journal welcomes you to attend our thought-provoking seminar in the heart of Sheffield to explore the challenges of long-term conditions, lifestyle diseases and the social determinants of health, from the perspective of the patient pathway. Our seminar is sponsored by legal experts Browne Jacobson.
Healthcare is becoming increasingly patient-centric as the national policy focus shifts to look at prevention and early intervention strategies. However, this has to be delivered for local populations in local areas.
Reforms are underway in England and health and care professionals need to know what’s working. Following the publication of the NHS Long Term Plan, the attention of health and care policy has shifted all the more substantially to focus on keeping people well, as opposed to simply treating the sick.
This is combined with new challenges, growing health inequalities, an ageing population which brings greater prevalence of multi-morbidity and long-term conditions, and more people suffering from lifestyle diseases.
The seminar will look at the patient pathway, how services cooperate and interlink to treat patients and what is being done to keep people healthy.
- What are the biggest challenges to good population health today? Are the usual public health offenders still at large or are new issues on the horizon?
- How can lifestyle changes reduce the burden on overstretched health and care services?
- How can we improve leadership, relationships and workplace culture in health and care?
- What does the future look like for prevention and addressing health inequalities in England?
- What does primary care reform have to offer and how is integration helping to address the issue?
- How is this all framed in terms of the Long Term Plan, system reform and integrated care?
- Does this offer a light at the end of the tunnel for workforce woes?
In the fast-paced and ever-changing landscape nationally, it is more important than ever that these questions are addressed with local populations in mind.
We are pleased to announce our keynote speaker, Dr Charles Alessi, Chief Clinical Officer for HIMSS International. Further speakers, bringing a host of expertise from healthcare and the wider public sector, will be added over the coming months.
ACJ seminars offer attendees an exclusive insight to the leading developments in integrated care – spanning health, social care, public health, local government and social services – while getting the opportunity to engage with other leading stakeholders keen to make their ideas and concerns known at this critical time of health service reform.
About our keynote speaker: Dr Charles Alessi
Charles Alessi is the Chief Clinical Officer for HIMSS International. HIMSS is a global voice, advisor and thought leader of health transformation through health information and technology with a unique breadth and depth of expertise and capabilities to improve the quality, safety, and efficiency of health, healthcare and care outcomes.
As Chief Clinical Officer for HIMSS International, Dr Alessi leads relationship-building efforts among HIMSS’s various international clinician-focused communities; furthering HIMSS’s position as a thought leader in the health industry and supporting both the vision and understanding of information and technology’s roles in the advancement of health and care.
Before joining HIMSS in 2018, Dr Alessi acted in numerous external positions for governments and executive agencies on a national and international level. Dr Alessi brings more than 25 years of experience in global healthcare policy and clinical practice to HIMSS. Most recently, he chaired the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC), has served as an adjunct research professor for Clinical Neurosciences at the Schulich School of Medicine for University of Western Ontario Canada, and as executive director of the Global International Care Delivery Alliance.
Dr Alessi is also the senior advisor for Public Health England, leading national policy implementation, productive healthy ageing and is currently contributing to the global World Health Organization guidelines for dementia risk reduction. He has also contributed his expertise to multiple international publications such as the British Journal of General Practice, addressing topics such as health and social care contract and health policy. He has lectured and led keynote addresses for healthcare engagements taking place on every continent (except Antarctica).
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- 07 May, 2019 09:30 - 16:30 BST
- Cutlers Hall Church Street , Sheffield, S1 1HG See map