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DRAFT PROGRAMME
Delivering improved outcomes across the population

08:30

Registration & Refreshments

09.30

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Nick Carding, Senior Correspondent, HSJ

09.45

Refreshed infrastructure strategy: Aligning with the HIP Refresh national guidance

  • Update on the New Hospitals Programme
    • Managing the impacts of delivery delays and declining budget
  • Adapting ICS and Trust strategies in line with national HIP Refresh document
  • Insight into alternative models of funding
10:25

Panel Discussion: Adapting the hospital estate to maximise utilisation and embed resilience

  • Increasing clinical vs nonclinical space
    • Rapid response and embedding flexibility
    • Leveraging the opportunities of flexible working
  • Considering infection control in design and patient flow
  • Linking estates strategies to clinical service delivery needs
11.05

Morning Refreshments & Networking

11:40

Interactive Discussion Groups

Join these intimate and focused small-group discussions to share experiences with senior colleagues and get your pressing questions answered. With participants limited per table, ensure you sign up early to secure your place in your preferred groups.

1. Exploring alternative funding models

4. Breaking down system silos

2. Supporting the population health agenda

5. Responding to service pressures rapidly and effectively

3. Enabling data-driven decision making

6. Upskilling the estates workforce

12.40

Networking Lunch

Stream A: Digital Opportunities Stream B: Maximising Resources
13:40
Q&A

Panel Discussion: Estates without walls – The impact of virtual care and digital solutions

  • Understanding the direction of travel for digital and impact on care delivery
  • Levelling up healthcare access in rural areas
  • Reducing estates pressures by delivering care closer to home
Panel Discussion: Developing the estates workforce

 

  • Training internally vs outsourcing to retain knowledge and encourage holistic system thinking
  • Developing system-wide competencies within the NHS workforce
  • Supporting the workforce, especially at home
14:20 Panel Discussion: Intelligent buildings – Joining up data for “smart” decision making

 

  • Update on the central digital standard blue print
  • Optimising asset and resource productivity and performance
  • Assessing performance to measure improvements
  • Prioritising needs with real-time reporting and management
Panel Discussion: Addressing the maintenance backlog

 

According to 20/21 Estates Return Information Collection (ERIC) data, the total cost to eradicate backlog maintenance is £9.2 billion. This session will explore prioritisation of resources and allocating capital to improve the state of NHS buildings.

  • Bringing deteriorating assets back to a suitable working condition
  • De-risking outstanding maintenance to reduce avoidable clinical service incidents caused by estates and infrastructure failure
15:00

Afternoon Refreshments & Networking

15.30

Panel Discussion: Integrating the primary care estate to support patient-centred pathways across the ICS

  • Understanding the shifting dynamics and pressures on primary care
  • Measuring value of the “left shift” to inform system estates strategies
  • Financing development of the primary care estate
  • Adapting estates plans to support out-of-hospital patient pathways
 

Taking a holistic approach to environmental sustainability to achieve net zero targets

  • Creating your zero-carbon roadmap and tracking progress with regular measuring and reporting
  • Aligning sustainability initiatives with public health objectives
  • Factoring sustainability into procurement decisions through life cycle analysis and local sourcing to increase overall value over time
16.10

Panel Discussion: Estates strategies for integrated care systems

Discuss national and regional ICS objectives, and the factors likely to impact the NHS estate over the next six months to ensure you are prepared for what lies ahead.

  • Understanding the implications for estates management within ICS plans – What would ICB joint ownership look like?
  • Working across sovereign organisations within the ICS to plan estates usage and capital expenditure
  • Aligning with local government plans and public infrastructure investments
  • Linking estates strategies to wider determinants of health to enable overall improvements
17.00

Chair’s closing remarks

Nick Carding, Senior Correspondent, HSJ