Why should CCG professionals attend?

Why should CCG professionals attend?

CCGs have highly-prized skills in making tough choices and spending finite resources that are indispensable to STPs and ICSs.

The forthcoming NHS long-term plan will introduce great opportunity and uncertainty for all those working in CCGs as they respond to pressure to rationalise, reduce in number and adopt a more strategic commissioning role in the new NHS. With NHS England announcing a 20% cut to CCG administration allowance from April 2020, working more closely together or merging will become an imperative.

Sir Andrew Morris, lead for Frimley ICS, has reportedly suggested one CCG per ICS would be logical, although the NHS long-term plan is not expected to go into numbers. So there is likely to be a major rationalisation of commissioners but will CCGs gain in influence as they take on the vital population health management role within ICSs?

CCG Chairs, Accountable Officers, Finance Directors, Clinical Leads, Transformation Leads, and Commissioners who also lead STPs and ICSs should also attend for:

  • An NHSCC Theatre packed with relevant, practical, case-based content for commissioners
  • The STP & ICS Hub with a two-day programme of learning and experience from ICSs and the most mature STPs
  • The latest on how CCGs are evolving within new healthcare systems – the threats and opportunities
  • First-hand advice on the legal, governance and cultural challenges of CCG mergers
  • Case studies on how CCGs are working together and with adult social care to join up budgets and align priorities across STPs and ICSs
  • Learn from CCGs leading significant work around population health analytics and the difference it will make
  • Live examples of where barriers have been broken down between commissioners and providers across the system
  • Conference theatres and streams highlighting the amazing work CCGs are doing in: Workforce Transformation; The Future of Primary Care; Mental Health; Finance, Efficiency and Procurement; Prevention and Healthier Communities, NHS Estates Optimisation and Transformation, and Improving Care Pathways
  • A lively mix of policy updates, hot topic debates, inspirational addresses and out-of-the box thinking in the Keynote Theatre
  • Hear from Government ministers, new joint directors of NHS England and Improvement, big names from local government and inspirational thinkers and doers from across the NHS and local government
  • Innovative case studies on how NHS estates programmes are supporting social prescribing, tackling loneliness, promoting health and wellness and embracing new technologies.

 

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26-27 June 2019 | ExCeL London