Why should primary care professionals attend?

Why should primary care professionals attend?

Primary care and community services are central to the NHS long-term plan with £3.5bn of the additional £20.5bn directed towards them. Moreover, the new ICSs that are developing across England are being built on the firm foundations of strong general practice and primary care. With all GP practices expected to join Primary Care Networks and the development of Integrated Care Provider Contracts, this is a time of great change and opportunity for primary care and their partners in community and social care.

New integrated models of primary, community and social care are emerging, including the NAPC’s primary care home model of population-based health and social care for communities of between 30,000 and 50,000 that now covers 16% of the country.

As in the trust sector, workforce shortages, spiralling demand and stretched finances are hampering progress in primary care. Unsustainable pressures are driving the adoption of multidisciplinary team working, new roles in general practice and time-saving technologies.

GPs, primary care network and Federation Leads, CCG Leads, Practice Managers, Community Care Leads should attend for:

  • A two-day conference stream on the Future of Primary Care
  • A focus on the frontline delivery of the NHS long-term plan for general practice and primary care
  • Case studies on how to develop new models of primary, community and social care, including primary care networks,  homes and hubs
  • An update on new types of contracts in primary care, including the Integrated Care Provider Contract
  • Case studies on primary care-led initiatives in workforce, technology, prevention and population health, mental health, social prescribing, child health, diabetes, CVD, respiratory and more
  • Examples of breaking down barriers between primary, community, secondary and social care
  • A focus on the future of Primary Care Estate
  • A lively mix of policy updates, hot topic debates, inspirational addresses and out-of-the box thinking in the Keynote Theatre.
  • Hear from primary care leads, 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
     

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24-25 June 2020 | ExCeL London