London Health
10 Nov 2009
Strategies and commissioning for better outcomes. Held at London Hilton Metropole

London Health 09 is a major two day conference and exhibition bringing together the capital's health community to share learning, showcase best practice and stimulate ambition in embracing the unique challenges and exciting opportunities that London presents.

Programme

Day 1 - 09 Nov 2009

09:30
Mary O’Connor, Chairman, London Health Commission
Welcome from Session Chair

09:35
Professor Sir Michael Marmot, Director, UCL International Institute for Society and Health and MRC Research Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College London and author of the Marmot Review Consultation Report: Health Inequalities post 2010
The social and economic determinants of poor population health and health inequalities

09:55
Pam Chesters, Mayoral Adviser on Health and Youth Opportunities
Keynote address: London as a flagship for the UK response to reducing health inequalities

10:15
Professor Adrian Renton, Director of Institute for Health and Human Development, University of East London
Community engagement: evaluation of the Well London Programme

10:30
Panel discussion: Responding to the challenge
Cllr Mike Freer, Leader of Barnet Council and Lead Member for Health and Adult Services, London Councils Kate Hoey MP, Mayor's Commissioner for Sport

11:00
Refreshments and exhibition
11:30
Cllr Mike Freer, Leader of Barnet Council and Lead Member for Health and Adult Services, London Councils
Welcome from Session Chair

11:35
Ian Winter, Deputy Regional Director, Social Care Leadership and Partnerships, London Region, Department of Health
Improvement and efficiency through strategic commissioning

11:50
Ray James, Director of Health & Adult Social Care, London Borough of Enfield and Chair London Commissioning & Procurement Board
Ensuring high quality providers for all services: embedding quality in the procurement process

12:05
John Nawrockyi, Director of Adults and Older People’s Services, London Borough of Greenwich and Secretary of the Workforce Development Network for the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services
Commissioning a social care workforce to deliver high quality care across all care services

12:20
Panel discussion: Responding to the challenge
Steve Johnson, Director, Capital Ambition Cynthia Bower, Chief Executive, Care Quality Commission Sally Gorham, Chief Executive, NHS Waltham Forest, Member of London Health Commission and Chair of the Waltham Forest Local Strategic Partnership

13:00
Lunch and exhibition
14:00
Forums
14:00
M1 Mental Health: DIY Happiness | Rushey Green Time Bank: co-production in a health setting
Tony Coggins, Head of Mental Health Promotion, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Sherry Clark, Well London DIY Happiness Mental Health Promotion Coordinator, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Philippe Granger, Development Manager, Rushey Green Time Bank

14:00
M2 Prevention and Health Promotion: Lessons from Well London | Debt advice for reducing stress associated with economic downturn
Alison Pearce, Programme Manager, Well London John Murray, Director, London Health Forum

14:00
M3 Healthy Workforce: Good jobs - good for health and good for business
Charlotte Hall, Programme Manager, London Works for Better Health

14:00
M4 Educating the Future Workforce: The importance of HIECs (Helath Innovation Education Clusters) in supporting the health and social care interface
Professor Peter Kopleman, Principal St George's, University of London

14:00
M5 Telehealth and Telecare: Telehealthcare - Innovations and efficiency | National Pandemic Flu Service (NPFS) - lessons learnt
Adrain Strain, Clinical Nurse Specialist Heart Failure / Telehealth Project, NHS Gloucestershire Alison Rogan, Group Marketing Director,Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Ltd Dr Quentin Sandifer, Director for Public Health, NHS Camden Dave Tee, Associate Director of Business Development, NHS Direct

14:00
M6 Joint Financing: Joint financing across health and social care
Jane Carrier, National Policy Lead - Older People and Adult Services, Audit Commission Charly Goldman, Senior Health Policy Researcher, Audit Commission

15:00
Refreshments and exhibition
15:30
Stephen Burke Chief Executive, Counsel and Care
Welcome from Session Chair

15:35
Professor James Barlow, Chair in Technology and Innovation Management, Imperial College London
Using innovations and new technologies to reduce costs, increase quality and maximise cost effectiveness

15:50
Professor Jill Manthorpe, Director of the Social Care Workforce Research Unit, King’s College London
Social Care Transformation: how far along are we with driving the personalisation agenda?

16:05
Guy Robertson, National Programme Lead - Prevention and Early Intervention, Department of Health
Making a strategic shift to prevention

16:20
Panel discussion: responding to the challenge
Imelda Redmond, Chief Executive, Carers UK

17:00
Close of conference

Day 2 - 10 Nov 2009

09:30
Karen Lynas, Director, Top Leaders Programme, NHS
Welcome from Session Chair

09:35
Ruth Carnall CBE, Chief Executive, NHS London
A vision of health for London

09:45
Dr Robert Chote, Director, The Institute for Fiscal Studies
The challenge for public spending in the downturn

10:00
Jim Easton, National Director for Improvement and Efficiency, NHS
Driving quality improvements in a difficult economy

10:15
Professor Stephen Smith, CEO, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Principal of the Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London
Using innovations in healthcare design and provision to realise results

10:30
Panel discussion: responding to the challenge
Professor David Fish, Medical Director, Specialist Hospitals Clinical Board, UCLH NHS Foundation Trust and Managing Director UCLH Partners Dr David Chilvers, Chief Executive, NHS Innovations London Dr Andy Mitchell, Medical Director, NHS London John Neilson, Managing Director, NHS Shared Business Services

11:00
Refreshments and exhibition
11:30
Jo Cleary, Executive Director for Adults and Community Services, London Borough of Lambeth and co-chair, Workforce Development Committee, ADASS
Welcome from Session Chair

11:35
Gary Belfield, Acting Director-General for Commissioning and System Management, Department of Health
Keynote address

11:50
Christina Craig, Director for London Programmes, Commissioning Support for London
Overview of commissioning strategies for London 2010 and beyond

12:05
Conor Burke, Borough Managing Director, NHS Redbridge
Working together innovatively to provide effective and efficient local services

12:20
Gill Galliano, Chief Executive, Lewisham Primary Care Trust
Joint commissioning in Lewisham: driving seamless services across health and social care

12:35
Panel discussion: responding to the challenge
James Reilly, Director of Community Services, London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham and Chair, ADASS Greater London Region John Murray, Director, London Health Forum Tracie Evans, Corporate Director of Finance and Commercial Services, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham

13:00
Lunch and exhibition
13:10
Dr David Chilvers Chief Executive, NHS Innovations London
XpediteTM London Healthcare Innovations Seed Fund: investing in medical start-up companies originating from NHS Trusts in London

14:00
Karen Lynas, Director, Top Leaders Programme, NHS
Welcome back from Session Chair

14:05
Paul Plant Deputy Director of Public Health, Department of Health
Prevention strategies for London

14:20
Dr Andrew Burnett, Director for Health Improvement/Medical Director, NHS Barnet Primary Care Trust
Improving life expectancy and reducing health inequalities: finding the 5000

14:35
Leo Boland, Chief Executive, Greater London Authority
Cross-sector working and learning

14:45
Panel discussion responding to the challenge
Hilary Ross, 2012 Programme Director, NHS London Sir Muir Gray CBE, Director, NHS National Knowledge Service and Chief Knowledge Officer, NHS Kevin Holton, Head of Respiratory Programme, Department of Health

15:30
Refreshments and exhibition
16:00
Breakout forums: Session 4
16:00
T1 Quality and Innovation: Services and funding to help trusts meet their innovations objectives
Dr David Chilvers, Chief Executive, NHS Innovations London

16:00
T2 Prevention and Health Promotion: Improving immunisation coverage and performance in childhood and adult vaccination programmes
Janice Nelson, Programme Consultant, Improving Health Consultancy

16:00
T3 Vulnerable Adults: Homeless services
Charles Fraser, Chief Executive, St Mungo's

16:00
T4 Emergency and Urgent Care: Cardiology services
Professor Martin Rothman, Professor of Interventional Cardiology, Director of Cardiac Research and Development, Barts and the London NHS Trust

16:00
T5 Innovation and World-class Research: AHSC and HIECs, can they make a difference to health and healthcare? The UCL Partners' experience so far
Professor David Fish, Medical Director, Specialist Hospitals, UCLH NHS Foundation Trust and Managing Director, UCLH Partners

16:00
T6| Long-term Conditions: Improving services for people with MND | Improving Cancer Services
Michelle O'Brien, Senior Team Leader (London) MND Association Ciaran Devane, Chief Executive, MacMillan Cancer Support

17:00
Close of conference