*Online only* Westminster Health Forum – The future of commissioning health services in England – integrated commissioning, using data to support decisions, responding to the challenges of COVID-19, and priorities for specialised commissioning

Tuesday 18 August, 2020 starting at 08:30 - 13:00

The agenda:

  • Key issues for the commissioning of health services and opportunities going forward – with Louise Patten, Chief Executive, NHS Clinical Commissioners
  • Coordinating the response to COVID-19 and managing challenges post-COVID – using data, providing effective delivery, prioritising demand, resilience and governance
  • Commissioning specialised services – funding, care delivery, reducing variation, and the impact of COVID-19
  • Priorities for effective service provision – using data to support decision making, establishing partnerships and adapting to changes in commissioning
  • Assessing the progress of streamlining, making efficiencies and population health management through the development of integrated care systems
  • CCG mergers – working strategically, cost-saving, performance and tackling financial challenges
  • Developments in the purchaser-provider split across the changing commissioning landscape
  • Collaborative working and commissioning public health services
  • Priorities for the effective utilisation of GPs in commissioning
  • Next steps for delivering commissioning for complex need and tackling health inequalities – with Professor James Kingsland, National Primary Care Home Clinical Director, National Association of Primary Care and Executive Chair, Institute of Healthcare Management

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