Webinar: New Models of Care & Accountable Care Organisations

The Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) in partnership with Greg Fell, Director of Public Health in Sheffield, are inviting you to attend a webinar on 6th April 2016, 1pm-2pm.

The webinar will directly inform the emerging Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) that are being developed across the region and highlight lessons around financial models and risk sharing, performance metrics, governance and regulatory issues.

The Five Year Forward View has set the direction of travel for the NHS which means place based planning will become the means by which health care is delivered to populations. This webinar will explore the key points of learning from the USA journey to date and how to apply learning from overseas to the NHS.

The webinar will provide a unique opportunity to;

  • Explore what “new models of care” and “accountable care organisations” are, and what they aren’t
  • Learn from the USA journey to date and apply the learning from overseas to the NHS
  • Discuss some of the ‘how’ to make the changes to deliver the vision of place based care detailed in the Five Year Forward View
  • Understand the ‘deal breakers’ that prevent this kind of collaboration from developing and flourishing

As well as addressing the following wicked questions;

  • What is the evidence for different models of system design, specifically New Care Models and ACOs?
  • What is the roadmap to get us there?

Greg Fell is vastly experienced in synthesising large and complex bodies of knowledge into palatable, usable chunks and will draw upon a large body of his work which includes an extensive literature review and case studies.

Following the web-ex, bite size documents will summarise key learning and recommendations on 15 key areas which will help the development of the STP plans locally.

Click here to register.

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*Please note, places are limited to 100 attendees. Although your registration will be accepted, on the day it will be a matter of “first come first served” and once the limit of 100 is reached, you will not be able to access the webinar. Please don’t join until 20 minutes prior to the start of the event.

Anyone who registers to attend the event, will receive a link to access a recording of the webinar, once it is available.