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Lessons on implementing place-based systems of care

Integrated Care Summit 2016 | 11 October 2016

Improving local population health and delivering accountable care

Dear ,

Sharing lessons from national and international accountable care systems, as well as other emerging new care models, our Integrated Care Summit is a key opportunity for you to learn about more systemic and integrated approaches to meeting the needs of the population you serve.

We've just published the programme for the summit on our website. With sustainability and transformation plans currently placing an emphasis on place-based systems of care, the summit is the perfect opportunity to:

  • learn how emerging accountable care systems in England are bringing together a number of providers to take responsibility for the cost and quality of care for a defined population within an agreed budget.
  • hear how local areas are focusing on population health through closer working between NHS, local authority, housing, third sector organisations and the private sector, as well as patients and the public.
  • understand how using population health management can improve the quality of care and health outcomes, while lowering the overall cost.

What last year's delegates thought...

'Case studies have given me ideas for my local area.'
Nicola Roper, Suffolk County Council

'Stimulating, thought provoking day.'
Bernadette Bailey, NHS Eastern Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group

'Hugely impressive array of speakers and content, very informative.'

Vicky Smith, East Sussex County Council


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