Programme

BMA House, London
20 March 2018

Programme

HSJ Strategic Estates Forum
Transform the estate to make efficiencies and improve clinical outcomes
BMA House, London
20 March 2018
DRAFT PROGRAMME

09:00

Registration & Refreshments

10:00

Chair’s Opening Remarks
Alastair McLellan, Editor, HSJ

10:05

Keynote Session: From inspiration to implementation: Delivering Carter and Naylor when capital is constrained
Sir Robert Naylor, National Adviser NHS Property and Estates

11:00

Morning Refreshments & Networking

11:30

Keynote Session

Lord O’Shaughnessy, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Health

12:00 Session Change  
12:05

Session A:

Developing a robust estate strategy

  • Get an overview on what an estates strategy should look like – how does yours measure up?
  • Identify the capital assets that are now liabilities
  • Find out how to create a delivery model that suits your organisation’s needs
  • Learn about effective stakeholder engagement strategies for land disposals to avoid financial pressures

Session B:

Improving productivity and efficiency through estates – Becoming a ‘Model Hospital’

  • Find out how the ‘Model Hospital’ tool will be rolled out across CCGs, STPs and ACOs
  • Learn how the tool has already been applied by trust estates teams to make financial savings
  • Hear how your crippling PFI costs can be successfully mitigated and how LEAN methodology has been implemented by users of the tool
13:00

Networking Lunch

13:45

Session A:

Maximising the value of your estate: Determining the right delivery vehicle for you

  • Access legal knowledge on how best to tackle your estates masterplan
  • What are the benefits of various estates vehicles in terms of efficiency savings and capital investment
  • Assess issues surrounding land disposals used to generate capital receipts
  • Find out who the funding sources for capital development are in the private sector

Session B:

STPs: A vehicle for collaborative estates strategies or just another talking shop?

  • Gain insight from the STPs who are motoring with their estates strategies
  • Discover how STPs are collaborating effectively to improve clinical outcomes and drive efficiencies
  • Uncover the benefits of operating at scale: How are STPs accessing capital?
  • What would they do differently? What pitfalls should you avoid? Understand the risks and limitations of close alignment with your STP
  • Take the next step by seeing what approach new Accountable Care Systems (ACSs) are adopting
14:25 Session Change
14:30

Session A:

Transforming your estate: Delivering large scale projects through strategic estates partnerships

  • Understand how to get a Strategic Estates Partnership fast-tracked
  • Discover the benefits and expertise derived from a joint venture in practice
  • How you can develop a more commercial approach to developing your estate and generating new revenue streams
  • Hear first-hand the fruits of adopting a SEP approach

Session B:

Unlocking the benefits of the One Public Estate programme

  • How the public sector are uniting to provide solutions to housing shortages and improve provision of staff accommodation
  • What projects are being delivered through the programme and how you can emulate them
  • How have relationship challenges been overcome to deliver projects which have unlocked the combined value of the public estate
15:10

Afternoon Refreshments & Networking

15:35

Session A:

Project Phoenix rises – Assessing the future opportunities for publicprivate partnerships

  • Find out about Project Phoenix and how it specifically assists the financing of projects up to the value of £50m
  • Hear how and when you can start accessing the new framework and what requirements you need to meet
  • Get intelligence on the six Project Phoenix regions and who you could partner with

Session B:

Is your estates function fit for purpose? How to achieve the right outcomes for your organisation

  • Learn from organisations who have aligned their estates and clinical strategies to improve patient outcomes
  • Get advice on how to improve your business cases so you get approval from your board, all the way up to NHS Improvement and Treasury
  • How to ensure your estates workforce have the right skill set to add value
16:15 Session Change
16:20

Keynote Session: The delivery vehicle for Naylor - what comes next?

David Williams, Director General of Finance, Department of Health

Dr Sue O’Connell, Chief Executive, Community Health Partnerships

16:55

Chair’s Closing Remarks
Alastair McLellan, Editor, HSJ

17.00-18.00

Networking Reception

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