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DRAFT PROGRAMME
Building resilience and efficiency into the NHS estate

 

Chaired by Nick Carding, Senior Correspondent, HSJ

09:30

Panel Discussion: Future estate – embedding integration, innovation and learning from covid-19 into system-wide estates strategies

In association with CHP

  • Aligning estates strategies with the integrated care agenda and new governance structures
  • Optimising use of the out of hospital estate to ensure the right care is delivered in the right place
  • Increasing resilience and preparedness for any future disruptions
  • Informed decision making in ICSs and PCNs – what tools are available to help?

Panellists include:

Patrick Carey, Director – Capital & Infrastructure, Department of Health and Social Care

Nicola Theron, Director of Estates, North Central London STP

James Bawn, National Lead – Partnering and Engagement, CHP

10:15 – 10:30

Short break

10:30

Panel Discussion: Directing capital flow – how to secure and maximise allocation

  • Update on the HIP programme progress and upcoming priorities
  • How to build an effective business case
  • Making every penny count: Getting the most out of your spend

Panellists include:

Will Nabih, Associate Director, Estates and Hospital Site Reconfiguration, Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust

11:15 – 11:30

Short break

11:30 - 12:15

Panel Discussion: Optimising use of the existing estate for improved service delivery across all care settings

  • Incorporating digital tools to model demand in acute setting
  • Understanding potential demand shifts to create a flexible and resilient estates plan
  • Improving the primary care estate to deal with demand pressure
12:15 – 12:30

Short break

12:30 – 13:15

Panel Discussion: Collaborating across the system to embed estates planning in ICS strategies

  • Overview of upcoming demand pressures on existing estates facilities
  • Aligning with other public infrastructure investments in a locality
  • Adapting to new governance models across healthcare, local government, large employers, and others to function cohesively

Panellists include:

Alistair Rose, Estates Lead Lancashire & South Cumbria ICS/ Project Support Estates Workstreams, Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria ICS

Kerry Harding, Director of Estates for CCGs, Mid & South Essex

Martin Mizen, Estates Director, North East London Foundation Trust

13:15 – 14:00

Lunch Break

14:00 – 14:45

Interactive Group Discussions:
Join one of two conversations to reflect on views of the day with peers from across the country. Your group will be pre-allocated and take place under the Chatham House rule, with a write up produced on the main themes of conversation.

Group 1: Improving public health with ICS-led Urban Health and Care Villages

  End of forum