Adopting outcomes based care in diabetes

When May 05, 2016 from 09:45 AM to 03:40 PM
Where Leeds
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The context of outcomes based approaches to commissioning and provision in line with the Five Year Forward View will be presented in this free workshop. Underpinning outcomes is the concept of improving value. Value for individual patients and for the population as a whole is important to understand to define effective outcomes; Professor Matthew Cripps, National Director, NHS England Rightcare programme, will explain value together with reviewing Rightcare data to see how this can be effectively used by commissioners and providers to enhance local diabetes patient care and improve patient experience. An example of an outcome based approach to delivering diabetes care will be shared Lesley Roberts, NHS Camden CCG, where the concept of value was used to underpin developing indicators and an Integrated Practice Unit developed. 

Dr Rupert Dunbar-Rees, chief executive of Outcomes Based Healthcare will discuss how to make an outcome based approach to commissioning and providing care a reality, with delegates also being given the opportunity (during a facilitated session) to work though how they can champion the implementation of an outcomes based approach in their respective local areas. A further case study considering the patient perspective, lessons learnt and implementation challenges will be presented.

This workshop is free to attend and is for CCG commissioners and providers interested in outcome based care approaches to commissioning.

These workshops have been developed with funding and support from Novo Nordisk. This has included funding for project management, venue hire, refreshments, speaker fees and travel expenses

Timings

London:
Registration opens at 10.30.
The event opens at 11.00 and closes at 16.30.

Leeds/Birmingham:
Registration opens at 09.45.
The event opens at 10.00 and closes at 15.40.

Dates and locations

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24 March, London

14 April, Birmingham

5 May, Leeds

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