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2018 Agenda

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  • Achieving prevention and demand reduction through personalised approaches
  • Assessing national progress on Long Term Conditions against the Five Year Forward View Plan
  • Creating sustainable care models considering LTC patients account for 50% of all GP appointments and 70% of all bed days in England

  • How are we delivering against the National Information Board’s vision for digitally enabled health and care services?
  • Exploring the next generation of digital services to promote patient engagement and support personalised models of care
  • Enhancing flow of patient information: Progress towards one point of contact patient records for care professionals and patients
  • Outlining the next steps for NHS Digital in delivering the Paperless 2020 and harnessing the digital revolution

  • Delivering the triple offer to give power to people to shape their own care
  • Understanding how IPC delivers a new model of person centred health and social care
  • Outlining the universal model of IPC that will be expanded across the country
  • Exploring progress against 2021 target and how personal health budgets have evolved to support groups with complex needs
  • Drilling down into the detail: translating Integrated Personalised Commissioning into practice

  • What are the ambitions of two major Department of Health funded IoT Test Beds focusing on these LTCs
  • Early evidence from the TIHM for dementia Test Bed including testimonials
  • Combing IOT with machine learning to improve early intervention
  • Creating a sustainable and flexible model that can be rolled out across the country and used to support a range of LTCs

  • Drawing on real patient experience to assess current adoption of digital technology for patient supported self-management
  • Outlining how can we best speed up adoption of tech solutions to benefit LTC patients
  • Empowering LTC patients through technology and improving the relationship between patients and clinicians
  • Hearing from patients representatives on how technology can empower them

  • Outlining national progress on LTC and reinforcing the commitment to improve outcomes for 15 million people in England living with LTCs
  • Establishing a cross-party health and care convention to ensure our systems are sustainable and integrated
  • Funding areas that have the greatest impact on patient care such as social care, general practice, mental health and public health
  • Prioritising service improvements where there is good evidence of impact and developing longer-term solutions in areas of identified need
  • Rolling-out evidence-based models of support for people with mental ill health

  • Understanding the links between LTCs and mental health
  • Addressing both physical and psychological needs of LTC patients
  • Investing in mental health to improve physical outcomes for LTC patients
  • Fostering training in psychological assessment and management for LTC practitioners
  • Delivering integrated service design and provision for co-morbidity

  • Gaining insights from the ESCAPE-pain rehabilitation programme for people with chronic joint pain
  • Understanding how the ESCAPE-pain programme is reducing healthcare and utilisation costs
  • Integrating educational self-management and coping strategies with an individualised exercise regimen
  • Providing evidence on how the programme reduces pain, improves physical function and the psychosocial consequences of pain

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3:45 pm
4:05 pm
Living with and beyond cancer: Improving quality of life through service transformation
  • Assessing the current landscape: number of people living with cancer in UK set to grown to 4 million by 2030
  • Developing a whole pathway approach to commission services and provision
  • Ensuring a patient first approach: improving quality of life determined by the patient rather than the system
  • Transforming primary care for people living with and beyond cancer events
4:05 pm
4:20 pm
Improving outcomes for cancer patients and survivors through personalised medicines
  • Outlining the four P’s: Prediction, prevention, precision and personalised
  • Setting out the wider vision for personalised medicine and progress to date
  • Identifying the key stakeholders working collaboratively to realise the vision
  • Determining the next steps for personalised medicine: the pioneering and cutting pilots leading the charge on personalised medicine
4:20 pm
4:40 pm
Cancer rehabilitation: Supporting patients to lead on self care
  • Raising the profile of cancer as a long term condition
  • Developing community based rehabilitation services for cancer patients and survivors
  • Creating holistic needs and care plans: how the rehabilitation has support patients take ownership of their physical health and well being
  • Examination the evidence base: How Patient Activation Measures have changed across the patient’s journey
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3:45 pm
4:05 pm
Adopting digital education and self-management for respiratory diseases
  • Exploring how apps can help asthma and COPD patients take care of themselves, prevent unnecessary suffering and unwanted hospital visits
  • Engaging COPD patients to take control of their own health
  • Understand how smart inhalers can support better adherence and outcomes for people with asthma
  • Outlining the progress achieved through the #ask about asthma campaign
  • Considering key solutions including regular risk assessments, sharing of information and improved staff training
4:05 pm
4:20 pm
Using personalised health budgets to manage COPD and make significant impacts to patient’s health and wellbeing
  • Empowering patients with COPD to manage their own health and wellbeing through personal budgets
  • Ensuring my personal health objectives met both physical and mental health needs
  • Understanding the process of creating my own personal health budget
4:20 pm
4:40 pm
Better care together vanguard: Case study of respiratory care in Barrow-In-Furness
  • Examining the impacts of 9.3% of a population of 33,661 identified as having respiratory problems
  • Implementing vanguard programme to ensure rapid assessment and early support discharge
  • Supporting people to manage their respiratory condition more appropriately with self care models
  • Introducing new ways to manage respiratory patients presenting to acute to reduce hospital admissions
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3:45 pm
4:05 pm
Setting out the dementia research roadmap for prevention, intervention and care
  • An update on the implementation plan for delivery of the roadmap
  • Highlighting best practice and innovation highlights from the consultation
  • Reviewing progress towards national surveillance of dementia and cognition
4:05 pm
4:20 pm
Health matters: Midlife approaches to reduce dementia risk
  • Exploring the dementia landscape and current approaches to reduce dementia risk
  • Implementing effective strategies to reduce the annual cost of dementia to society
  • Emulating success: translating the learnings of reducing cardiovascular risk to dementia
  • Increasing the profile of dementia as preventative: outlining Public Health England plan to raise the profile of dementia risk factors
4:20 pm
4:40 pm
Developing models of care to support dementia patients
  • Serving 7,687 residents living in 248 residential and nursing homes in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale, Craven and East Lancashire
  • Pioneering online technologies to provide care homes direct access to support from healthcare professionals
  • Empowering people in their own health and care and engaging the wider community
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3:45 pm
4:05 pm
Information as the bedrock of patient activation: Implementing social prescribing and health coaching in your diabetic community
  • Supporting patient to self care and self manage through health coaching
  • Working with patients to use physical health to change behaviour
  • Ensuring the mental health needs of patients are met through community based assets
4:05 pm
4:20 pm
Utilising targeted interventions to reduce the occurrence of obesity within your community
  • Evaluating national performance of public health initiatives: what has worked on a national scale?
  • Understanding the impact of targeted intervention: how can you measure overall benefit of prevention to patient experience?
  • Tackling obesity through evidence based approaches: Future strategy and action plans from Public Health England
  • Implementing success at a local level: Working with nutritionist as part of the care pathway approach to tackling obesity
4:20 pm
4:40 pm
Patient activation measures: Supporting people to manage their diabetes
  • Reviewing the evidence of the 60 sites using PAM as a tool for measuring patient engagement
  • Understanding how PAM is used to tailor interventions to support people and develop knowledge, skills and confidence to manage diabetes effectively
  • Evidencing improved outcomes and better quality of life through patient activation