Minding the Gap: Achieving Integrated Care
19 Nov 2008
NAPC Annual Conference - Towards World-Class Commissioning

World class commissioning will have a direct impact on the health and well-being of the population, driving unprecedented improvements in patient outcomes and ensuring the NHS remains one of the most progressive and high-performing health systems in the world. Ultimately, world class commissioning will deliver better well-being for all, better care for all and better value for all. The NAPC ’07 Annual Conference attracted over 300 GPs, PCTs and Practice Managers. The conference this year looked at how to move towards world class commissioning through achieving integrated care.

Programme
Dr James Kingsland and Dr Johnny Marshall
Welcome and introduction to the conference

John Illman & John Appleby
A conversation

Delivering sustainable infrastructure solutions
Forum 2C

Professor Michael Chester
Moving towards world class commissioning: a creative approach to integrating care

Professor Michael Chester
Question and answer

Angela McFarlane
Launching a foundation programme: towards world class commissioning

David Nicholson CBE
Day 2: Opening keynote address

David Nicholson CBE
Question and answer

Rt Hon Andew Lansley CBE MP
Day 2 - Morning keynote address

Rt Hon Andrew Lansley CBE MP
Question and answer

Dr Gordon Morse, Gemma Bruce & Sue Harris
Forum: Delivering integrated health and social care

Angela Single
Forum: Bringing Hospital to Home

Richard Lewis
The Darzi Review: the long-term prospects for commissioning partners

Richard Lewis
Question and answer

Dr Steve Henderson
Closing address

Dr Steve Henderson
Question and answer

Rt Hon Andrew Lansley CBE MP
Interview

Mike Ramsden
Interview